Knowledge Management in the Legal Profession

Venue: Rydges World Square

Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Event Date/Time: Mar 01, 2011 End Date/Time: Mar 01, 2011
Registration Date: Feb 02, 2011
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-----------------------------------------------Knowledge Management in the Legal Profession

One-day connected forum, 1 March 2011
Rydges World Square, Sydney
Facilitating knowledge capture and sharing in law firms

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*Receive one of the following three PDF reports complintary upon registration to attend the collaborative forum*
1) KM in the Legal Profession
2) Know How in the Legal Profession
3) Creating a Successful Law Firm Intranet

Knowledge management offers law firms the potential for accelerating professional development, driving revenue and the delivery of core services at
the highest standard. While the development of knowledge management has been a topic of discussion at many competitive law firms for a number of years,knowledge management

is still in its infancy in the legal profession.

In particular, knowledge professionals in law firms are facing challenges in proving and communicating the value of knowledge management initiatives, overcoming
the reluctance of lawyers to pass on any knowledge, information and innovative ideas, and managing tacit knowledge, especially of retirees.

This one-day collaborative forum will provide you with an opportunity to learn about the people, process, technology and culture aspects that are essential for successful

knowledge management within law firms.

Our expert panel of speakers:
Patrick DiDomenico, Chief Knowledge Officer
Gibbons P.C (USA)
Rachel O’Connor, Director of Knowledge Services
Allens Arthur Robinson
Mark Andrews, Director, Knowledge & IT
Baker & McKenzie
Jane Hogan, Head of Knowledge
Gilbert + Tobin
Noric Dilanchian, Managing Partner
Dilanchian Lawyers & Consultants
Susan Richards, Firm Precedents Manager
DLA Phillips Fox
Chrissy Burns, Director, IT and Knowledge
Blake Dawson
Carolyn Austin, National Precedents Manager

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To register or for more information on the upcoming KM Legal forum in Sydney, please contact the Legal Knowledge Research Team on or call +61 1300 550


All the best,
Legal Knowledge Research