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The show by and for Legal Administrators, IT Directors, and other law firm leaders. Looking for cutting edge information that you can use right now? This is the show for you. Featuring thought leaders from the world of ALA and ILTA.
 
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This session will review the different opportunities to make data-driven decisions in law firms and the challenges that go with them. Ideally the session, will differentiate between organizational/enterprise applications and client facing/legal advice applications. The goal is to map when data-driven decision-making is a good idea and when it is no…
 
Everyone is talking about data analytics and the evolving role of KM in conducting analytics. In this podcast, we will discuss where do you start, what tools are needed, what skill sets are required, how do you avoid stepping on the toes of others in the firm, such as the marketing or finance team and who may also be doing analysis of data? Questio…
 
There is current trend towards legal ops in law firms, but not all is equal. It is quite common to see difference in titles, department names and even what is being covered. How are legal operations shaping up in the law firm space and how will these departments help to meet the evolving market demands? Specific interview questions Tracey asked Chr…
 
Driving adoption of even useful technology is notoriously difficult. What are some helpful strategies for Litigation Support professionals to get buy-in and training time commitments from busy attorneys? Questions Sachin will ask speaker: 1. What are some of the considerations for a law firm to opt for managed document review over reviewing documen…
 
Information Governance…we hear this term all the time in legal, but what does it really mean? Is it referring to controlling the stream of information inside a law firm or law department, or outside one? And what methods are being utilized in today’s law firms and law departments to govern this often critical information? In this interview session,…
 
Change management is a critical part of any successful project or initiative. With so much change happening both in the legal industry and in the world as a whole, a good change management program has never been more important, especially if your firm expects to continue with a hybrid work model into the foreseeable future. In this podcast, we’ll t…
 
This session will review the different opportunities to make data-driven decisions in law firms and the challenges that go with them. Ideally the session, will differentiate between organizational/enterprise applications and client facing/legal advice applications. The goal is to map when data-driven decision-making is a good idea and when it is no…
 
For Spring 2022, Peer to Peer, up this quarter is Prachi Soni, Manager of Application Development Services at Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman, & Goggin. She sat down with our WWL team and talked all things tech and leadership. Prachi was a great guest for our team and we enjoyed our thoughtful and insightful conversation.…
 
Microsoft’s M365 solution includes a growing and evolving number of security solutions. These include MFA, Exchange On-Line Protection, Advanced Threat Protection and others, some new, some improved. This podcast will be an overview of the solutions in M365 today, solutions that are either baked in to our existing M365 licenses at no additional cos…
 
Distributed firms may have been under the radar for a few years, but now they are breaking the Amlaw 200. Distributed firms operate without a physical space. They rely heavily on technology for communication and to deliver services. Join us to learn about the players, their structure and whether they are the future model for law firms. Questions Mi…
 
For all the differences between operating the military and working in private sector, there is one constant both realms share – innovating to remain relevant and foremost in their respective fields. In this podcast session, we will discuss how leaders across the U.S. Army are establishing knowledge management programs to enhance shared understandin…
 
This interview will discuss the emerging maturity and use of analytics, and whether they can be used for privilege review. We will also explore the different scenarios in privilege review that might benefit from analytics and go over a few real world recent examples. Questions Chris will ask Maria: • What sold you on trying privilege analytics the …
 
Driving adoption of even useful technology is notoriously difficult. What are some helpful strategies for Litigation Support professionals to get buy-in and training time commitments from busy attorneys? Moderator: @Tyler Crabtree - eDiscovery Specialist, Ellis George Cipollone Browne O'Brien Annaguey, LLP​ Speaker: @Sachin Gupta - Knowledge Manage…
 
In this podcast session, we will discuss how to best apply process mapping to business operations, and ultimately make the leap from bus ops to legal processes. Questions Harriet will ask Cassie: What is process mapping and why should we care if it is used in business or legal operations? What sage advice can you provide to those who are new to int…
 
Corporate legal departments are becoming more and more strategic in how they deploy resources and how they relate to outside counsel and other providers. In this video interview, we will discuss the importance of Legal Operations in this process and how law firm KM departments can benefit by partnering with these in-house teams to adjust and improv…
 
This podcast session will delve into the very real problem of trying to explain data governance to end users and the C-suite. Our experts will tackle the difference between data governance and information governance, the importance of a good data governance program, how to best distribute the responsibility of data governance, and how to keep data …
 
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