There’s no such thing as a typical day for someone who runs knowledge management for a law firm, in the same way that there’s no such thing as a typical KM setup, or even a typical person who manages KM for a firm.

The person in charge of KM can be anyone from a law librarian to a chief knowledge officer to a practice group leader, a IT manager, or even someone who does a little bit of all those things.

Welcome to KM with Kim, where we share best practices and the latest in getting the most from your knowledge management systems with Kim Stein, national manager for knowledge management for Thomson Reuters.

In this episode, Kim takes a look at “A Day in the Life of a KM Attorney,” through the eyes of David Hobbie, Litigation Knowledge Management Attorney at Goodwin Procter, LLP in Boston.

David talks about how his firm uses KM, and he manages his role to make the firm more efficient and productive through its use of KM.

You can also visit David’s blog: http://caselines.blogspot.com/

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