Welcome to Evolving KM, a podcast where we discuss how knowledge management is progressing and the impact that's having on KM professionals. In each episode, we interview people who have worked in or on the periphery of KM and get their perspectives on how this profession is evolving to meet the shifting demands of legal service delivery.
We hope you enjoy this episode!
Our guests in this episode are third-year law students from Michigan State University College of Law, with whom we worked on a class project to develop an app related to SEC reporting compliance (specifically the Form 10-K). Their class in the Legal RnD program related to the intersection of law, process improvement and technology. We talk about the students' experiences and the skills they learned that will translate to their future careers, whether as lawyers or legal technologists.
Gwyn McAlpine - Director of Knowledge Management Services, Perkins Coie
Amy Monaghan - Practice Innovations Manager, Perkins Coie
Austin James received his J.D. at Michigan State University College of Law in 2018 and holds a B.S in Political Science. Austin is from Montana and is especially interested in applying legal technology and process improvement to benefit the small firms and solo practitioners he encounters there.
Morgan Rogalke is a 2019 J.D. candidate at Michigan State University College of Law and holds bachelor's degrees in Human Biology and Nutritional Science. Morgan has a diverse background in science, theology and fitness and hopes to pursue FDA compliance work.
Eric Villanueva is a 2019 J.D. candidate at Michigan State University College of Law and holds a B.A. in Linguistics. Eric has programming experience that he found especially relevant in automating legal processes.