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OK it’s not really dead. Actually, social networking is alive and well. And thriving. The “networking” part is fine. It’s the “social” part that needs to be killed off–at least when discussing the idea to professionals who have no patience for the likes...
As part of the ILTA Knowledge Management Peer Group Steering Committee, I am helping put together a session for the annual conference in Washington DC in August. This session will cover the wide spectrum of uses of document management systems in law firms: from the simple to the complex. Then, we...
Social. Networking. The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) Knowledge Management and Law Department Peer Groups will be hosting a reception at the LegalTech Conference on January 31 at 5:15 at the Bridges Bar in the Hilton NY Hotel. the event is sponsored by Autonomy, Bridgeway and...
On the eve of the Ark Group’s Knowledge Management in the Legal Profession conference in New York City (Oct. 26-27, 2011), I wanted to tell you about an upcoming KM conference in Sydney, Australia. Ark Group’s Knowledge Management in the Legal Profession, scheduled for March 6-7, 2012...
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In case you missed any of the six Knowledge Management Peer Group Track sessions at the annual ILTA conference this year, you can listen to the audio recordings of them now. And best of all, they are free. Here is a description of the sessions from a previous blog post, and here is a list [...]
Here is a continuation of my ILTA Conference coverage. ILTA information followed by my brief notes. Please forgive the typos (I’m typing away quickly just to get the thoughts down on “paper. From ILTA: Social Networking in the Legal Industry Description: Law firms, like virtually...
The ILTA Conference has begun here in Nashville. I’ll be attending as many of the sessions as I can (there are so many to choose from). The first session I attended was a Knowledge Management Peer Group Steering Committee sponsored session called Advances in Document Assembly. Here is the...
If you’re headed to the ILTA Conference next week, please consider attending some (or all) of the six Knowledge Management Sessions. Then, immediately following the final KM session, please join the KM Peer Group for our annual conference Cocktail Party on Wednesday 8/24 at 4:30 p.m. in room...
The International Legal Technology Association (a.k.a. ILTA) Conference starts next week (Aug 21-25) at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, TN. The official conference Twitter hash tag is #ILTA11. As a part of the ILTA Knowledge Management Peer Group Steering Committee, I had the pleasure of...