Briefing on: Knowledge management 2013
It's knowledge, but not as we know it
Are law firms really content businesses in disguise? Law firms produce and trade in information, much like publishing. An increasing amount of that information is unpaid for, and that's why the knowledge function is at the very heart of legal. How is KM evolving to meet the changing legal environment and the move to an information-based economy?
What's in this issue?
Interview: This month Briefing talks to Lucy Dillon, head of knowledge management at Berwin Leighton Paisner, about project management, knowledge sharing and why knowledge will always have enormous value in legal.
Feature: What are knowledge people doing to help drive tomorrow's global legal expansion? Input and opinions from KM leaders at Addleshaw Goddard, Herbert Smith Freehills, Linklaters, Pinsent Masons, Reed Smith, Simmons & Simmons and White & Case.
Plus: Insightful industry comment into the future of information in law firms from issue sponsor Recommind and others.
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