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KM Legal goes Virtual

October 19th-20th, 2020

What is the mission for today’s law firm Knowledge Management function?

Ark Group’s 16th annual Knowledge Management in the Legal Profession conference will once again illuminate a diverse set of perspectives reflective of different firm cultures and approaches to Knowledge Management—moving from the traditional role of internal content  generation to KM models that drive innovation—leveraging analytics and other pieces of technology to improve service delivery and revenue-generating capability.

From firm to firm, no two KM programs are quite the same.  That said, whether you have been practicing Knowledge Management for 20 years or are just starting out, you are probably facing many of the same challenges as your peers—and we hope you will join us online, as we once again provide an ideal platform for networking, discussion and debate concerning KM’s capability for leveraging experience, data and intellectual capital as a strategic resource, while expounding on the role of the KM practitioner as a facilitator and enabler of change.

Ark Group’s KM LEGAL conference is a highly interactive forum researched with and developed exclusively for:

  • Directors of knowledge management
  • Heads of intelligence functions
  • Law firm operations
  • CIOs
  • CMOs
  • CFOs
  • Heads of library and information services
  • Client, professional and practice support thought leaders
  • as well as those involved in coordinating or leveraging resources within these functions - including attorneys, practice group leaders, and managing partners.

 

  • Hear from a diverse speaking faculty including Law Firms, Corporate Counsel, Consultants and Subject Matter Experts
  • Examine a diverse set of perspectives reflective of different firm cultures and approaches to KM through a compelling mix of case studies, panel discussions, presentations and practical workshops
  • Address KM's most critical challenges and impact on change management, practice support, client services, matter management, process mapping, design thinking, transactional law, business development and more