Fringe Legal #80: What did Strategic Knowledge and Innovation Leaders talk about last week? (SKILLS 23 recap)
SKILLS 2023 brought together KM and innovation leaders across the legal profession. Read on for summaries and quotes from each presentation.
Fringe Legal #79: SKILLS tomorrow, newsletter updates, and February carve outs
We are 18% through 2023, and either you are feeling accomplished or thinking about how much more needs to be done. Read on for inspiration.
Fringe Legal #78: why is everyone talking about ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is a tipping point in the development of AI. It can have a significant impact on the future of legal technology, but we are a couple of iterations away from it being mainstream.
Fringe Legal #76: three takeaways from ILTACON
ILTACON 2022 packed 3000+ people into a bustling four days. Whether you were there or not, here are the key themes from the conference you should know.
Fringe Legal #74: conferences extravaganza. Which one to attend?
There is an abundance of conferences. Are they worth your time, and which one should you attend? Whether you are a conference veteran or a newbie, here are some tips on making the most of them and some of our favorite events.
Fringe Legal #73: when the solution becomes the problem
Incentives drive human behavior, but the wrong motivation can worsen the problem or create new ones.
What do 150+ legal innovators want to accomplish in 2022?
What are 169 legal innovators focusing on in 2022? We analyzed the responses to highlight the macro trends, 2022 priorities, and opportunities.
Innovation and Transformation Perspectives From Around the World
This article was first published in International Legal Technology Association's
Peer to Peer publication on February 5, 2021.
Fringe Legal #31: strategic knowledge management and innovation
I ended a recent article (to be published a month) with the following:
“knowledge management is the change-making engine under
Alma Asay – KM and Innovation at the Am Law 200 firms
Alma Asay and Ab discuss the state of KM and innovation across the AmLaw 200 law firms. What is the cost of not having these roles filled at your firm?