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The KnowList Awards short-list published

And here is the full list of nominees for the KnowList awards in January – voting starts tomorrow.

Best Green Initiative


Best New Product

Lexis – InterAction IQ
Phoenix – DTE
Pilgrim – LawSoft Office Billing

Best Value for ROI


CRM Solution of The Year

HubbardOne – ContactNet
Lexis – InterAction
Shepherd & Wedderburn
Event of The Year

ILTA – London
Tikit Word Excellence Day
Incisive – Strategic Technology Forum
IT Strategist

Abby Ewen – Simmons & Simmons
Jan Durant – Lewis Silkin
Janet Day – Berwin Leighton Paisner
Stephen Chiang – Bedell Group

IT Team of The Year

Thomas Eggar

Person of The Year

Voted for from TheKnowList Top30
Project of The Year

Burges Salmon/Gate West New Media
Integreon/Osborne Clarke
Irwin Mitchell/Lexis Nexis
Mills & Reeve/Recommind
Plexus Law/Parabis, ISO & Premier Medical Group
Shepherd & Wedderburn
Service Excellence


8 replies on “The KnowList Awards short-list published”

Actually the source was LinkedIn auto-notification + numerous readers wondering whether the organisers had forgotten to update the nominee lists from the Legal Technology Awards and the Loties before them – CC

In fairness is it really their fault if the nominations come in from the usual set of marketing and PR depts? This applies to both the vendor community (who you expect to do such a thing) as well as the marketing depts of those few law firms who seem to spend more time doing PR for their IT Dept / CIO than they do for their legal practice. If people want new faces then nominate different names.
Anyway there are a few new names on there!

Mmm the old ' numerous readers' line – the LTA site is still live a quick look at last years shortlist will tell you that of last years 20 categories, 6 are repeated. There are 4 new award categories and 28 nominees on this years shortlist are also new

I am surprised they did not have a category of best new supplier of hard copy self serving directories !

Just heard this radio interview Newcastle United midfielder Joey Barton and wondered if he was talking about the world of soccer or law?
“Most footballers are knobs. I meet a lot of them and they are so detached from real life it's untrue. Driving around in flash cars and changing them like you change your socks, wearing stupid diamond watches and spending money like it's going out of fashion in the middle of a recession when some people are struggling to put food on the table for the kids – it's not the way to do it,” he said.

So who gave Dan Brown his black eye – it wasn't Jeremy Hill tho he is probably entitled to take a free swipe?

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