Attention:
Card image cap

Knowledge Management, Legal Technology and the Art of Efficiency -- NON-CLE


Level: Intermediate
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: March 08, 2022
Click here to share this program
Download PDF
Closed Caption

Available with Unlimited Subscription Only. Learn More


Agenda


**There is no CLE for this program**

Description

-- Non-CLE Program--

Knowledge management initiatives have proven to be a game-changer within firms and corporations over the years and legal technology has only enhanced this. Given the unique position of knowledge management professionals in their organizations, they are ideally positioned to evaluate legal technology solutions and steer their adoption in practice groups and legal departments. This session will offer insights from KM professionals on the way to a more efficient legal organization.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference on March 8th, 2022.

Provided By

Card image cap Legalweek
Card image cap

Panelists

Card image cap

Saskia Mehlhorn

U.S. Director, Knowledge & Research Services
Norton Rose Fullbright US LLP

Saskia Mehlhorn is the Director of Knowledge Management & Library Services at Norton Rose Fulbright, US LLP.

Prior to joining Norton Rose Fulbright, Saskia worked for the University of Houston O’Quinn Law Library as the foreign and international law librarian supporting the international research areas, specifically NAFTA and international arbitration. Saskia has presented on a national and local level on topics like international arbitration, artificial intelligence, and knowledge management.

Saskia received her law degree from the University of Hamburg, Germany, and practiced law in Hannover, Germany, before accepting a position in the QHSE department of Schlumberger Ltd.. Saskia also holds a LL.M. from the University of Houston and an MLIS from the University of North Texas.

Card image cap

June Liebert

Director, Information Services
O'Melveny & Meyers LLP

June Hsiao Liebert is the director of information services at O’Melveny & Myers LLP in Los Angeles, California, where she oversees the firm's information and records management initiatives. Her extensive background in both IT and information management comes from working in law schools, law firms and legal technology consulting.

June received a JD and MLS (Master’s in Library Science) from Indiana University and a BS in Management Information and Decision Systems from Case Western Reserve University. Prior to joining O'Melveny, she was the Firmwide Director of Library and Research Services at Sidley Austin LLP. June has also served as the CIO, library and distance education director, and professor at the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, as well as the CIO at the University of Texas School of Law and a research librarian at the UCLA School of Law.

In 2021, she was named a Fastcase 50 top legal innovators honoree and was awarded the American Association of Law Libraries’ Presidential Certificate of Merit in 2018. June co-chairs the alumni board of the IU Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, and is a frequent speaker on a variety of topics including technology, data, and library management. June is also a prolific writer and co-authored an article about link rot in US Supreme Court decisions that was published in the Yale Journal of Law and Technology.

Card image cap

Vishal Agnihotri

Senior Director, Knowledge & Innovation
Alston & Bird, LLP

Vishal Agnihorti has held several operational, consulting, and leadership roles for more than two decades in enterprise knowledge management, spanning all its aspects from business research, knowledge technology adoption, (implementation, training, and communications), knowledge process outsourcing (KPO), and social KM. As an award-winning practitioner, consultant, and senior executive, she has helped Big 4 firms, AmLaw firms, and Fortune 500 clients unlock the value of knowledge management. She is the senior director of knowledge and innovation at Alston & Bird. She was most recently the chief knowledge officer at Hinshaw & Culbertson and previously held the same role at Akerman.

Prior to that Agnihorti was in senior knowledge management roles at KPMG and EY. She has lived and worked in four countries across three continents, and speaks five languages, bringing a unique multicultural experience to her work.

Card image cap

Scott Bailey

Director of Research
Eversheds Sutherland LLP

Scott D. Bailey is the director of research at Eversheds Sutherland (US)LLP. There are five guiding values at Eversheds Sutherland, and Bailey is building a service that resonates with them. Collaborative, Creative, Professional, Inclusive, and Open. As a champion of success through authentic intelligence and building knowledge community, he is one of those people who works collaboratively with a variety of professionals within and beyond the legal industry. Bailey believes in creatively fostering situations where aligning the right people, data, and resources leads to multiplied value for everyone involved.


Card image cap

Similar Courses

Card image cap
64 minutes
"I Am Not a Cat" Proceedings in a Virtual World
Besides becoming a pop-culture catchphrase, how has the shift to a virtual environment impacted proceedings over the last year, and what changes do you believe are here to stay? Our panel of experts will examine some of the greatest challenges, faux pas, and successes in virtual proceedings over the course of this transformative time.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

Add to Cart
Card image cap
63 minutes
2021: The Year of the ELM
Panelists will clarify what constitutes an ELM platform, examine its unique and compelling capabilities, and discuss its strategic and tactical advantages, particularly those stemming from data-driven insights and machine-driven decision making. Attendees will gain a clear understanding of the significance of the emergence of ELM solutions, what firms and law departments can achieve with ELM platform, and practical and ethical considerations related to adopting an ELM solution.

Legalweek

$65

Add to Cart
Card image cap
97 minutes
26 Words that Created the Internet - Basics of the Communications Decency Act Section 230 Safe Harbor
This program will examine the basics of CDA 230 and its day to day affect for those who advise internet businesses as well as those who litigate against them. It will give practical guidance as to what extend internet companies can or should edit or censor the information their users contribute to their sites and to what extent those users will actually be liable.

New Media Rights

$115

Add to Cart
Card image cap
63 minutes
360-Degree View on How to Navigate a Crisis
During this session, our panel of experts will explore the following topics to arm you with a plan to protect the company and minimize long-term problems: - Building a crisis management team and understanding each person’s unique role -Preparedness – advance planning and assessing potential risk areas - First Response – responding in the critical first hours and days to minimize the long-term impact - Resolution Strategy – managing various actions stemming from the crisis to enable the best resolution for the company.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

Add to Cart
Previous Next