“Common Sense” & Copyright Law?

Professor Lawrence Lessig, the Stanford Law professor, has published a new book, Free Culture, reviewed by John Swartz of The New York Times. Although I haven’t read it yet (but I will), Lessig argues that it’s time for a "clean sheet"...

Your 21st Century Phone System

Information Week has a cover story on “Voice over IP [Internet Protocol]” phone systems, which delivers the message that initially-skeptical early adopters of this new way to handle your phone infrastructure are the strongest evangelizers of all, with...

The Economist on “International Law Firms”

The Economist magazine has a characteristically lucid—and characteristically opinionated—special section in the issue of 26 Feb 2004 entitled "International Law Firms," and posing the question: "Is it time to abandon the idea of assembling a...

Comings & Goings

The American Lawyer has an article recapping partner "arrivals" (read: lateral hires) and "departures" (can you say, "Brobeck?") over more or less the past year, and the results, while fodder for gossip, are not susceptible to rigorous...

Is the ROI of a KM Project Even Measurable?

LLRX has a new article up discussing the experience of Bryan-Cave in attempting to determine the Return on Investment of a major firm-wide Knowledge Management initiative. First, the article discusses, from a conceptual perspective, whether the notion of ROI even...
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