Final round-up for the week
Here's a final round-up for the week including details of a webinars, a seminar, a conference and some trawlings from LinkedIn…
• Webinar – the US vendors WorkProducts is holding an ILTA webinar on Wednesday 15th April at 12:00noon EDT on the topic of Reducing Risks & Costs through Evidence Lifecycle Management (ELM). For more details click here https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/626824526
• Seminar – Hubbard One is running a complimentary seminar on effective ways to minimise law firm marketing costs and find new business in a tightening economy in London of Tuesday 19th May (10am-3.45pm). The link for more details is here http://tinyurl.com/c93yck – and you can also download a copy of the attached programme.
• Conference – Here is the latest info on the Jander Dean 2009 Law Firm Knowledge Management Conference to be held on Thursday May 28th in Sydney. Places are strictly limited due to venue capacity and are open only to personnel from law firms and inhouse legal departments. The speaker faculty includes the following:
* Matthew Parsons (author of Effective Knowledge Management for Law Firms and previous Global Director of Knowledge Management, Linklaters LLP)
* Justin Harness (Associate Director, Macquarie Bank – previously Head of Know-How Lovells LLP)
* Janet Young (Chief Operating Officer, Freehills)
* Vanessa Lewis (Assistant Director, Australian Taxation Office)
* Rachel O'Connor (Head of Knowledge & Risk, Allens Arthur Robinson)
For a registration form click on the attachment link
• And finally… LinkedIn – a quick trawl has revealed that Stuart Holden, previously the head honco at Axxia before it was acquired by LexisNexis, is currently 'on sabbatical' working as a self-employed photographer in Europe. And, that Gordon McAlpine, last heard of sailing on his yacht around the Med after selling Bighand in an MBO/venture capital deal, is now back in the UK, as a 'sales director working on a new venture'. This latter development has fuelled feverish speculation in some quarters that he may be planning to re-enter the legal tech market and possibly even buy back Bighand from the V-Cs.
Yeah, right. Have a good Easter