Do you fit any of these categories?
- a lawyer who swapped from practice into knowledge work without any training in KM/someone who is about to make the change
- a Partner who has taken on responsibility for Knowledge issues in your firm, maybe planning to write your first KM strategy
- a Partner/Associate who is interested in making your team/department more effective but is not sure how LPM, KM, training etc all fit together
- a trainee who wants to start their working life in practice with a really good grounding in what makes law firms work effectively
- a lawyer looking to create a new practice, but unsure what aspects of training, library, online services etc are important at what stages/sizes of firm
The field of Knowledge Management is not at all straightforward. There is a risk that without a solid understanding of the basic theory and proven practice, you’ll waste a lot of time, money and effort.
To help combat this, I run three day-long training sessions each year on the foundations of KM in law firms.
It costs £400 + admin fees, with discounts for Women Lawyers Division members, KN-UK annual pass holders, unemployed PSLs, KM Handbook owners and multiple bookings.
Previous attendees have said the following:
“7/7” “very helpful” “useful practical advice” “well paced” “easy to follow”
If you’d like to speak to a previous attendee, let me know.
Want to read more?
If you want to read a bit more about getting the foundations right, try these posts first.
You can also read my article “In the Know” for the Law Society’s Management Section here.
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