Hosted and sponsored by Linklaters
Date: Monday 12 February 2018
Time: 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm (Registration from 5.30 pm)
Venue: Linklaters, 1 Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8HQ Map
Lucy Dillon, Reed Smith LLP
Jane Bradbury, Slaughter and May LLP
Julius Reeves, Totum Partners
Jack Martin, Reed Smith LLP
Sarah Brown, Independent Consultant
Bruce Braude, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
Jon Howells, 3Kites Consulting
“Legal Project Management” or “LPM” has been a buzz-term in legal operations for some time and, like KM, is interpreted in different ways across the profession. In the session, we will look at the evolution of LPM, and the development of the distinct role of the Legal Project Manager. We will explore the different ways firms are attacking this issue, including technology solutions, internal applied KM solutions, and pricing projects with clients and we will hear about new technologies being deployed to help firms manage and deliver client engagements more efficiently. As always, this will be an interactive session with opportunities for attendees to join the debate! We look forward to seeing you!
You may also be interested in the recent ‘Valuing Value Add’ Report - Andrew Dey and Melanie Farquharson of the SCL KM Group have produced a fascinating report which details the results of their research into ‘value add’ – the additional services provided by law firms which go beyond the scope of the contractual commitment arising from their client’s instructions.
Read the full article and download the report
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