In this micro learning podcast, we will discuss what knowledge management and marketing will look like as we emerge from this pandemic in the office of the future and how to best continue to position these areas in need.
@Caroline Sweeney, Director of Knowledge Management & Innovation, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Gillian Brennan, Director, Client Relations, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
@Catherine Monte, Chief Knowledge Officer, Fox Rothschild LLP
Recorded on 10-15-2020
Given the current times, many of us find ourselves working remotely due to COVID-19. It can be challenging for attorneys to use various video conferencing tools such as Microsoft Teams. This micro-learning podcast session, will share some tips and best practices to help make this a smoother and more efficient process.
@Josh Lazar, Chief Information Officer, 18th Judicial Circuit, Florida
Recorded on 7-14-2020
Given the current times, many of us find ourselves working remotely due to COVID-19. It can be challenging for attorneys to use various video conferencing tools such as Zoom. This micro-learning podcast session, will share some tips and best practices to help make this a smoother and more efficient process.
@Josh Lazar, Chief Information Officer. 18th Judicial Court, Florida
@Lucas Schnoebelen, Learning & Development Manager, Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P
Recorded on 7-14-2020
Please enjoy listening to this podcast session where we will discuss how to manage people while maintaining morale at the firm during the pandemic.
@Amy Monaghan, Senior Practice Innovations Manager, Perkins Coie LLP
@Ed Empamano, Director of Customer Experience, Perkins Coie LLP
Recorded on 07-01-2020
In this podcast, we will discuss what are best practices for those who will continue to work remotely and to remain motivated and successful?
Patrice Fatig, Paralegal, Ohio Attorney General's Office
Julie Richer, Legal Operations and Discovery Manager, American Electric
This snackable podcast recording focuses on the tools needed to be an effective manager. The discussion will mainly be about effective communication, best approaches to discipline and equal policy implementation. Enjoy!
@Lekecia Barclay, Technology Advisor, The Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service
Diandra Ritchie, Director – EEO, Labor & Employee Relations, City Colleges of Chicago
Recorded on 10-4-2019
For everyone except Doctor Who, time marches on. How is that future impacting the skill sets that law firm technologists need to have? Listen to a conversation on current and future skill sets and how people, process and *new* technology is impacting the delivery of legal services.
Jeffrey Brandt is the Chief Information Officer at the law firm of Jackson Kelly PLLC and has over 30 years of experience in the field of legal automation. Jeffrey is also editor of the popular PinHawk Law Technology Daily Digest, a respected thought leader in the legal technology community and a frequent educational speaker at industry conferences.
Mitch Owens is the CTO at Gilbert + Tobin and leads the firm’s technology function. He has held senior roles in the global banking and professional services industries for many years. With a background that is predominately outside legal Mitch is able to provide a different, and interesting, slant on technology challenges that face legal firms today. The focus for Mitch, and his team, is clients - internal or external. He is constantly evaluating against the expected and looking to give them advantages. He has a diverse understanding of business functions and processes allowing for creative technology solutions.
Luke Schnoebelen manages technical training and e-learning development for his firm. He is solidifying a development process to improve the technology expertise for all firm employees, associates and partners. Luke also assists with all facets of in-house CLE, technology adoption and general promotion of process improvements.