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The value of a law firm is defined by its people: the collective experience, knowledge, and expertise of teams of subject matter experts working together (and separately) over a period of years. Historically, technical limitations made it difficult for firms to capture this institutional knowledge and share it across groups. To the extent it was captured, it tended to be through the prism of the lawyer, to the relative exclusion of other key professionals. But as software has improved (and client pressure to do more with less has increased), forward-thinking firms are beginning to leverage the relatively untapped and rapidly growing, resource team expertise.

Join us to learn more about the core capabilities of professionals across departments at law firms, key trends, and how to work together more effectively to offer greater value to your firm and your firm’s clients.

Moderator:
Bob Ambrogi, J.D., nationally recognized and award-winning legal technology expert

Speakers:
Elaine Screechfield, President of the National Docketing Association, Firm-wide Litigation Docket Manager, Morrison & Foerster

Greg Lambert, President of the American Association of Law Librarians, Chief Knowledge Services Officer, Jackson Walker

Gary Meluish, President of the International Practice Management Association, Manager of Litigation Support Services, Ballard Spahr

Gavin McGrane, JD, CEO of PacerPro, ABA Journal Legal Rebel, 2014