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Practice Innovations - Managing in a changing legal environment
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JULY 2014 | VOLUME 15, NUMBER 3
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The challenge for law schools and law firms is to teach their students and young lawyers a more comprehensive process of researching law that yields better results. ...
Paying Attention to the Canaries in KM's Mineshaft

Paying Attention to the Canaries in KM's Mineshaft

Canaries are the early warning signs of important changes in the environment. We will take a look at some of the canaries in the mineshafts currently populated by law firm knowledge management (KM) personnel.

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Law Firm Space Planning as a Knowledge Management Strategy

Law Firm Space Planning as a Knowledge Management Strategy

The knowledge-enabled productivity and financial rewards of radically redesigning law office space promise to be significant for law firms that have the courage to change.

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Crowdsourcing and Work Synergies

Crowdsourcing and Work Synergies

Crowdsourcing can offer opportunities for improving the greater sum of an individual's separate contribution through a distributed workforce by completing complex and discrete tasks on demand.

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Big Law: Big Data

Big Law: Big Data

Big data is impacting the way attorneys practice law, how they manage their business, and how they interact and relate with their clients.

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Managing Risk Disruption Through Internal Risk Structures: An interview with Donald Caputo, Chief Internal Auditor, Shearman & Sterling

Managing Risk Disruption Through Internal Risk Structures: An interview with Donald Caputo, Chief Internal Auditor, Shearman & Sterling

Managing risk disruption is much like resumption planning; it needs to be defined, weighed and assigned a high priority within the organization.

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Risk Avoidance through Succession Planning

Risk Avoidance through Succession Planning

Effective risk management is an ongoing process that must be consciously managed within an organization.

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