My Favorite Law Technology News Award Winner

I’m pleased to be able to be able to announce the winners of the 2007 Law Technology News Law Firm and Law Department Awards.  If you’re going to be at LegalTech, I understand tables for the awards dinner are still available.   (As a member...

Do’s and Don’t’s in IT: Never the Twain Shall Meet?

CIO Insight, in partnership with Baseline Magazine, is featuring a year-end review of nearly 230 case studies done over the past five years to distill out the "Top 10 Lessons for IT Project Success."  Reading that piece in conjunction with "Top 10...

Globalization, IT, and the Baby Bust

At the intersection of: technology globalization, and demographics we have, according to Robert Reich (Secretary of Labor under President Clinton and now Prof. of Public Policy at Berkeley), the challenge of "the economics of people" for the next few...

“Knowledge Management 2.0″

Among the numerous obstacles to an effective and comprehensive Knowledge Management program are (a) lawyers’ reluctance—actually, make that absolute refusal—to spend 10 seconds in the active "care and feeding" of the KM system; and (b) the...

Web 2.0 in the Legal Blogosphere

As the legal blogosphere goes from childhood to adolescence to (eventually) full-throated adulthood, I’ve enjoyed not just contributing my own small efforts to that process, but also being able to be an armchair observer of other developments having nothing...

“Social Network Analysis” Release 2.0

I’ve written before about "social networks," and  how they can be far more important than any relationships specified on your firm’s organizational charts, but "social network analysis" (SNA) is still an emerging field, with its...
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