Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Additional Delegate Passes Released - Janders Dean Law Firm Knowledge Management Conference

*** As a result of gaining additional conference space, Janders Dean has 15 remaining delegate passes for allocation to law firms and in-house legal departments. Please contact us at info@jandersdean.com to secure one of these passes. These will be allocated on a first come basis, and no further passes can be released due to venue restrictions ***

After an amazing response to the initial allocation of delegate passes for the 3rd Annual Janders Dean Law Firm Knowledge Management Conference in Sydney (12th August 2010), and subsequent negotiations with the crowd at L'Aqua, we have managed to secure an additional space for the upcoming conference.

We are pleased to announce that we now have 70 delegates representing organisations including Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Minter Ellison, Allen Arthur Robinson, Blake Dawson, Westpac, Austrade, Freehills, Maurice Blackburn, Gilbert+Tobin, DLA Phillips Fox, Corrs, Baker & McKenzie, Norton Rose, Allen & Overy, Simpson Grierson, Chapman Tripp, Sparke Helmore, TressCox, Hall & Wilcox and a number of other firms from across Australia and New Zealand.

With numerous speakers joining us from London, New Zealand and Australia, the full day conference agenda sessions will include topics such as:

* Knowledge Management Challenges in a Global Environment: Mark Andrews (Baker & McKenzie).

* The Evolution of Enterprise Search: Still a Knowledge Tool? - Felicity Badcock (Mallesons Stephen Jaques).

* Working Together: Business Development & Knowledge Management - a panel session involving representatives from DLA Phillips Fox, Gilbert+Tobin and Allens Arthur Robinson.

* The UK Magic Circle: Innovators, Disruptors or Just Different? - Stuart Barr (HighQ Solutions London)

* Government & Law: Knowledge Management Comparisons - Gail McGuckin Senior Global Practice Adviser (AUSTRADE)

* Can SharePoint be Knowledge Management's New Killer App - a panel session involving representatives from MacroView, Gilbert+Tobin, and Michael Sampson (Industry Analyst and Global SharePoint expert)

* The Practitioner's Perspective: David Kemp (Autonomy, Previous Legal & Compliance Manager at ABN AMRO/RBS)

* Developing a Knowledge Specific Technology Business Case: Dave Carson (Phoenix Business Solutions)

* In-House Knowledge Management Challenges - a panel session involving representatives from Westpac and ABN AMRO

* The Importance of Personal Communication, Assertiveness & Behaviour in Law - Peggy Forell (Advocality London)

The day's educational content will be followed by the opening of a unique vendor exhibit area where champagne will be served for the hour courtesy of FWBS. This will then be followed by a formal Cocktail Reception (Proudly Sponsored by Autonomy) and the presentation of the inaugural Janders Dean Australian Legal Knowledge Management Awards.