Knowledge management is definitely one of the areas of legal technology where I feel like I don’t get as many opportunities to speak, write and work as much as I would really like. It’s a topic I really enjoy and some of the most gratifying responses to my work have come in the area of KM.
So, it was a nice treat today to get the chance to talk with one of my favorite writers who covers KM, Judy Lamont of KM World, about current trends and developments in KM in the legal profession for an article that will appear this summer.
My take on the subject is that there are a lot of new developments giving the area more momentum than many people expect. The reason can be summed up in two words: “practical applications.”
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
New for 2005 – Dennis Kennedy’s electronic discovery seminar – Preparing for the New World of Electronic Discovery: Easing Your Transition from Paper to Electronic Discovery