Rethinking the Role of Technology in Legal Project Management


In my legal project management (LPM) consulting work with

both AmLaw 100 and smaller firms, I have encountered an

increasing number of highly proficient nonlawyer technical

professionals who feel, as one chief knowledge officer put

it, “like I’m a prophet without honor in my own land.”

Legal technologists can reposition themselves as essential

contributors to the Legal Project Management implementation process, valued for more than just possessing technical expertise that no one else in the firm has. This repositioning process will help legal technologists redefine what it means to be “indispensable” at their law firms.

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