Glad to see Lexblog saying good things about us:

Jerry Lawson is a leader in the world of legal tech. After years of working as a civil service lawyer, Jerry has returned to the legal tech field to serve as President of New Strategies in Legal Tech LLC. He also has extensive experience in

Knowledge Management projects live or die on the quantity and quality of information that system users share. Intuitively, the higher percentage of users participate would seem like a critical factor. This is one of the situations where intuition can lead you astray

Pareto’s Law: The 80-20 Rule

A century ago, the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto

No doubt, allowing lawyers and other contributors to law firm knowledge management databases via intranets and other techniques to “brand” their contributions by having their names attached is a powerful motivation technique. However, there are times when its complete opposite, anonymity, has greater power.

Some of your best lawyers may have great material, but be

Freida Riley at Blackboard
Freida Riley in action

Jerry Lawson‘s new book Knowledge Management for Lawyers: Creating A Culture of Success is scheduled for publication in August 2021. We will be publishing selected sections here to obtain feedback. The first section is the Preface, in which Mr. Lawson explains the origin of his interest

Internet Legal Research on a Budget: Free and Low-Cost Resources for Lawyers, 2nd Edition (ABA Publishing, 2020) by Carole A. Levitt and Judy K. Davis. 352 pages.

The Cord-Cutter’s Guide to Legal Research?

By Jerry Lawson

Is it time to cut your legal research expenses? New alternatives make this an intriguing possibility, especially for small to medium-size firms. The newest version of “Internet Legal Research on a Budget: Free and Low-Cost Resources for Lawyers” is the single best resource I know for lawyers interested in exploring this option.

Continue Reading Review: Internet Legal Research on a Budget, by Carole Levitt