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WHO'S WHO THIS MONTH

Damien Behan, IT director, Brodies
David Halliwell
Director of knowledge and innovation delivery,
Pinsent Masons

Feature:
Knowledge expansion

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Ruth Musgrave
Global head of knowledge,
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Industry views:
Case study

James Gilding - Mitie
James Gilding
Managing director,
Mitie document management

Industry views:
Analysis

James Gilding - Mitie
Cornelius Grossmann
Global Law Leader,
EY

Upfront:
65 seconds with...

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Fraser Mayfield
Head of EMEA,
Iridium Technology UK

Industry views:
Analysis

Fraser Mayfield photo
Melanie Farquharson
Consultant,
3Kites

Industry views:
Analysis

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Chris Cartrett
Executive vice president,
Aderant

Industry views:
Interview

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James Quinn
CEO,
Clarilis

Industry views:
Interview

Damien Behan, IT director, Brodies
Alex Woods
Head of knowledge management,
Slaughter and May

Feature:
Knowledge expansion

Damien Behan, IT director, Brodies
Stuart Hopper
Head of practice development and innovation, UK&ME,
Dentons

Feature:
Knowledge expansion

Abi Williams, head of programme management, Burges Salmon
Kate Stanfield
Group head of knowledge management,
Collas Crill

Feature:
Knowledge expansion

Jessica Burston, director of operations, Royds Withy King
Claire McNamara
Director of knowledge management,
HFW

Feature:
Knowledge expansion

Karen Walker, head of business operations, Browne Jacobson
James Wilson
Founder,
Tyler Wilson

Opinion:
Different strokes

Mike Potter
Mike Potter
Head of Transaction Services Team,
Addleshaw Goddard

Feature:
Team Profile

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Louise Hadland
HR director
Shoosmiths

Opinion:
Owning the situation

Andrew Telling
Andrew Telling
Head of knowledge management,
Taylor Wessing

Feature:
Knowledge expansion

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ISSUE IN BRIEF

Briefing Feb19 cover

Back in December, Briefing held its inaugural Knowledge Leaders event, and in this issue we follow up by asking exactly what’s on these leaders’ plates today. Tellingly, one firm says just 40% of the work is now what one might have called ‘classic’ KM a decade ago. Today, the collation, issuing and movement of knowledge around the firm is much more closely tied to the unfolding business of efficient project management and strategic pricing, best practice in collaboration for optimising business development, and even the design and rollout of new revenue streams. It can hardly be a surprise that some KM leaders feel they really have some claim to the keys of everyone’s favourite ‘i word’.

 

 

KNOWLEDGE EXPANSION

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Analytics, automation, innovation – even revenue generation. Among a select group of enterprising law firms, knowledge management is extending its reach, its skills base – and even contributing to the bottom line.

TRANSACTION ADVENTURES

Transaction services team photo

The Addleshaw Goddard Transaction Services Team (TST) turns 10 in 2020. On a recent trip up to the firm’s Manchester office, Richard Brent met several of the team to learn more about its growth and development, how it’s harnessing technology, plus embracing new routes into the profession.

DOCUMENTING DECISIONS

Ruth Musgrave photo

Ruth Musgrave, global head of knowledge management, global transactions, at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, discusses creating better, faster and more accurate documents with Contract Express.

Briefing Mar19, Risk supp cover
supplements

A world of risk

Uncertainty is on the horizon. How is business preparing for the unknown?
BRIEFING LEADERS MBD 2019 cover
reports

Marketing and BD leaders 2019

Where is legal drawing its marketing and BD leaders from now?