Monday, August 25, 2008

Wikis in Law Firms

Wikipedia has over 2,000,000 articles created and edited by users. Can you have a wikipedia for the knowledge inside your law firm? Wikis provide an easy to use platform for capturing content and facilitating collaboration. This session will discuss some of the technical, cultural and procedural issues you need to address in setting up wikis for your law firm.

In the true wiki spirit, the panel has established a wiki in connection with the session. Feel free to logon to the wiki, explore and edit:
The invite key is: ilta08

  • Doug Cornelius, Knowledge Management Attorney at Goodwin Procter LLP
  • Michael Mills, Director of Professional Services at Davis Polk & Wardwell
  • Ayelette Robinson, Practice Resources Attorney at Morrison & Foerster LLP

My Notes:
Since I was one of the speakers, I did not take notes. But I did not have to. Everything the panel spoke about and more is on the wiki site we set up for the panel:  Feel free to explore the wiki.

Thanks to PBwiki for giving us the wiki upgrade for the panel.

PBwiki is the world's largest provider of hosted business and educational wikis. We host over 500,000 wikis, serve millions of users per month, and 96% of our business users would recommend PBwiki to a friend.

Leading companies from AT&T to Wal-Mart, including 1/3 of the Fortune 500, choose PBwiki to help them with knowledge management, collaboration, project management, and a host of other business processes and workflows.

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