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Dennis Kennedy is one of the most knowledgeable legal technologists you will find. - Michael Arkfeld.

Dennis Kennedy, a lawyer and legal technology expert in St. Louis, Mo., has been a significant influence in the ever-evolving relationship between lawyers and the Web. - Robert Ambrogi

Archive for March, 2008

Leadership Advisory Board

Tuesday, March 4th, 2008

I’ve been a fan and a reader of everything Patrick McKenna of the Edge Group has written for many years. An Edge Group training course I took on rainmaking while at The Stolar Partnership was very important in my professional development. It was quite a thrill when Patrick attended the initial LexThink event and I got to meet him in person.
So, when Patrick lets me know about something new that he finds innovative and exciting, I’m all ears.
His latest project, with Baker & Daniels’ Chair Emeritus Brian Burke and Managing Partner Magazine, is the Leadership Advisory Board. The Board is a service for new law firm managing partners to get advice from experienced and knowledgeable managing partners through an interactive forum.
I’ve met a good number of young managing partners in the last few years who have talked to me about their wish to have a way to learn more about how to manage firms, get advice for the challenging questions they face and find some mentoring. Patrick aptly has described it as a “safe sounding board.”
It looks like a case where need meets solution, which, given Patrick’s involvement, doesn’t surprise me in the least. This development is one to watch.
And, the Board, to me, gives us another glimpse of what Law 2.0 developments might look like.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
Coming Soon: The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, by Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell.
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Dennis Kennedy’s Links of the Week – March 2, 2008

Sunday, March 2nd, 2008

Links of the Week is a regular feature on this blog where I list some of the most interesting links I’ve found during the previous week – sort of a “best of” from my Google Reader Shared Items. The idea is that I pick out a set of links that I might have wanted to write about or that I found especially thought-provoking or useful. I might or might not agree with the posts or items I link to, but I found them to be something I wanted to share.
In general, I’m just going to give a link to the item, without any explanation. I’ll try to do this every weekend, and I’ll include the latest additions to my 52 books in 52 weeks project.
This week’s links:
What Do Blogs Do for America
Lessons from the Oscars: How to Take Credit
Obama Starts Buying (Some) Web Advertising
An Open Letter to Google Sites
Tired of (Promoting) Your Blog? Flip It
The Last Days of Email
Home to House
New Album(s) in the Works?
Writing Tip: Using Footnotes in Early Drafts
F*** Winter
9 Tips to Start Blogging Successfully
The Homeowners Own the Banks
Google Docs Uploader: Ditch Office Easily
To Cheap to Matter
Create Will-Do Lists to Manage Huge Task Inventories
The Power of the Pause
Rumor: Microsoft set for vast data-center push
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This Week’s Additions to 52 Books in 52 Weeks:
Absolute Power, by David Baldacci

Stone Cold, by David Baldacci

[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
Read the blog posts and RSS feed items I find most interesting on Google Reader Shared Items or subscribe to its RSS feed. High volume, but lots of interesting items that will get you thinking.
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