Archive for the 'Knowledge Management' Category

We hear a lot, lately, about law firms developing new ways to deliver solutions to clients. Some law firms have spun off software development offerings while others have embedded application developers in their practice. New tools make it easier to develop new solutions, as well. This podcast panel of law firm experts will discuss their experiences – and lessons learned – in developing software solutions for clients.

Co-Moderators:
@Caroline Sweeney - Director of Knowledge Management & Innovation, Dorsey & Whitney 
@Amy Monaghan - 
Senior Practice Innovations Manager, Perkins Coie 

Speakers:
@David Cohen - 
Partner, Reed Smith LLP
@Kristi Smith - Senior Manager of Innovation Solutions, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Recorded on 5-12-2021

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In this podcast, the speaker will offer suggestions of places or apps to increase your overall skills, discuss how to access them and if there are any costs involved. An example would include LinkedIn learning.

Moderator:
@Josh Lazar, Chief Information Officer, 18th Judicial Circuit, Florida

Speaker:
@Sean McGinty, Learning Product Engineer, Simplify Compliance

 

Recorded on 05-04-2021​

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There are a lot of different roles within legal technology. KM, content management, marketing, applications development, etc. How do we get young employees excited about their potential paths and make sure they have a path towards a long-term career in legal tech?

Moderator: 
@Holly Hanna
KM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie LLP ​

Speaker:
@Dustin PittmanApplications Analyst, Perkins Coie LLP 

Recorded on 04-28-2021 

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There are a lot of different roles within legal technology. KM, content management, marketing, applications development, etc. How do we get young employees excited about their potential paths and make sure they have a path towards a long-term career in legal tech?

Moderator: 
@Holly Hanna
KM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie LLP ​

Speaker:
@Casey Stephens, Project Manager, Perkins Coie LLP

Recorded on 04-28-2021

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There are a lot of different roles within legal technology. KM, content management, marketing, applications development, etc. How do we get young employees excited about their potential paths and make sure they have a path towards a long-term career in legal tech?

Moderator: 
@Holly Hanna
KM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie LLP ​

Speaker:
Amanda Burton, Reference Librarian, Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP

Recorded on 04-28-2021

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There are a lot of different roles within legal technology. KM, content management, marketing, applications development, etc. How do we get young employees excited about their potential paths and make sure they have a path towards a long-term career in legal tech?

Moderator:
@Holly HannaKM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie LLP 

Speaker:
@Jon Beaumont
Senior Manager of Knowledge Management, Global Knowledge & Research,
Shearman & Sterling (London) LLP

Recorded on 04-28-2021

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In this podcast, the speaker will highlight a success story where a silo existed and was melted or broken down. They will highlight the effect of the silo structure and how it hindered the flow of information/collaboration. In addition, they will highlight the melting down process and see how that changed the flow of information. Lastly we should show if the change was permanent or just temporary.

Moderator:
@Christiane Matuch, Innovation Project Manager, Greenberg Traurig

Speaker:
@Bárbara Gondim Da Rocha, Head of Knowledge Management and Innovation, RMS Advogados

Recorded on 04-30-2021

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There is no doubt social distancing measures have created a new dynamic in the workplace, especially in the legal profession, where lawyers were traditionally used to working long hours in the office. In this podcast, we will discuss how the implementation of remote working at scale made firms rethink the way they operate and how they had to go “back to basics” and revisit their strategy, governance and even the way they deliver their services to keep thriving even in these unprecedented times.

Moderator:
@Marlene Gebauer - Director Of Knowledge Management, Locke Lord LLP

Speaker:
Barbara Gondim Da Rocha - Head of Knowledge Management and Innovation, RMS Advogadoss

Recorded on 04-23-2021​

 

 

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In this podcast session, the speakers will indicate whether Kira, Luminance, eBrevia or similar solutions actually worked, where did they fall short, in what scenarios were they used (e.g initial contract intake, working with a client playbook), what is the deployment time, experience with service delivery/support, is there any on-going product management and if so, how may people the firm has dedicated to maintaining the product, etc.

Moderator:
@Daniel Wood, Director of Counsel Assistance, Womble Bond Dickinson 

Speakers:
@Amy MonaghanSenior Practice Innovations Manager, Perkins Coie
@Leigh SniderLegal Process Engineer Manager, BakerHostetler

Recorded on 04-06-2021​​​

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There are a lot of different roles within legal technology. KM, content management, marketing, applications development, etc. In this series, we will take a look at how do we get young employees excited about their potential paths and make sure they have a path towards a long-term career in legal tech? 

Interviewer:
@Holly Hanna, KM Firm Solutions Manager, Perkins Coie LLP

Interviewee:
Michaela Hanzelova, 
Innovation Specialist, Reed Smith

Recorded on 02-02-2021

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