I received this correspondence from Hoshedar Wadia, a partner in one of India’s most sophisticated law firms, Juris Corp. This firm deals in matters that range up to the hundreds of millions of US dollars in sophisticated areas like Capital Markets, Structured Finance, Securitization and so on. In the spirit of disclosure, I have
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September 24th, 2010
ADR Institute of Canada National Conference September 23-24, 2010
Plenary Session: Optimal Marketing for ADR professionals
Workshop: Effective Marketing for ADR professionals
October 9th, 2010
Fordham Law School (for Prof Silvia Hodges)
Guest Lecture: Law firm management: Strategy
New York, New York
October 14th, 2010
My Edge International partner, Jordan Furlong, has done a nice welcome piece on Pam Woldow already (at his Law 21 blog) but I thought I would echo that Edge International is so very proud and delighted to have her on board.
Also, thank you to friends who have joined us in congratulating Pam, like Valorem’s awesome founder…
I met virtually with Recorded Future this morning for a close up briefing of how their Temporal Analytics Engine might be used by law firms. Firms who use this can better predict the needs of their own clients and prospective clients as well. There is so much more that this technology can do if used effectively…
This is the most important technological breakthrough I’ve seen in 10 years. The fact that it was not designed specifically for the legal profession should not deter you from availing yourself of this resource starting NOW.
Google is amazing… Wolfram Alpha transcends it. Try it out !
WATCH THIS DEMO – 13 minutes that will change…
What is your initial reaction to the title of this blog post? I thought it was daft… until I read the complete post by Susan Cramm on June 25, 2008 on her Harvard Business Blog: Having IT Your Way.
Here is an excerpt from her blog post:
Over the past decade, IT organizations have worked
Joy London of excited utterances has done a masterful job of reporting on a reference to Robert Cialdini’s six factors of influence: (1) Reciprocation, (2) Consistency, (3) Social proof, (4) Liking, (5) Authority, and (6) Scarcity by Knowledge Management presenter, Browning Marean III, partner at DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary. Robert B. Cialdini’s Influence: The…
Steve Matthews, of “Vancouver Law Librarian Blog” fame, titled his post today: Kay, MacEwan & Riskin on KM ROI (Knowledge Management Return on Investment). Steve summarizes comments made by Stuart Kay from Baker & McKenzie, Australia, Bruce MacEwan, known in the blogosphere as Adam Smith Esq., yours truly, with an honorable mention of David…
Here’s the punch line of the question (position) posed to David Maister at his web site:
[Knowledge Management] in fact is an iffy investment long term investments are not necessarily the right thing to do Putting the cash into image, marketing and golf may pay off more (JH of CT)
David couldn’t believe it! He…