Professional member: £42.00
Date: Tuesday 18 June 2019
Time: 6.00 – 7.00 pm (Registration from 5.30 pm)
Venue: Linklaters LLP, One Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8HQ. Map
Melanie Farquharson, Consultant, 3Kites Consulting Limited
Andrew Dey, Independent Legal Technology Advisor for Corporate Legal
Nick Thomson, GM iManage RAVN
Alicia Hardy, Director of Professional Support, White & Case
James Pilgrim, Senior Knowledge Systems Manager, Linklaters
CJ Anderson, Data Governance Consultant, Hogan Lovells
As lawyers strive to deliver their services with greater efficiency, being able to take advantage of data about past work becomes all the more important. Although law firms and legal departments are awash with documents, they often struggle to find out whether their organisation has previously advised on a particular issue, or a similar kind of transaction. Mining the organisation’s systems to find this past experience (including the relevant documents, experts and costs) is a focus for many knowledge management teams. At the same time others in the organisation are looking at information security and governance, which may mean that key information is unavailable to large parts of the organisation, or that it is deleted in order to satisfy policies related to GDPR or other legislation. This session will discuss how data governance and knowledge management can work together to address knowledge needs as well as the requirements of information security and compliance.
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