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In recent weeks, several bloggers have waged a spirited debate about whether Legal Project Management (LPM) is really just plain, old Project Management in a law firm setting. As you might expect, there are advocates on every side plus plenty … Continue reading
Thanks to one savvy GC for the great suggestion that At the Intersection provide a periodic summary of the posts for corporate counsel. Here then is the roll call (in reverse chronological order): The Client’s New Voice No Place to … Continue reading
The managing partner of a large firm has just called with my most common FAQ: “So what’s the best way for us to implement Legal Project Management (LPM)? How do we gear up and get up to speed quickly?” Appropriating … Continue reading
In this post I collaborate with my Edge colleague, Doug Richardson, who has decades of experience as a communications guru. Doug and I often teach Legal Project Management Workshops together for law firms and legal departments. © 2011, Edge International … Continue reading
The most significant news on the legal project management (LPM) front is that the thinking is evolving about the roles and responsibilities of the players. Until fairly recently, LPM was seen as a re-engineering of legal service delivery that took … Continue reading
In my last post of 2010, I described an action-packed three months in the trenches delivering Legal Project Management programs to various firms, capped by 17 straight one-day stands in December. I said we were learning a lot about law … Continue reading
In a unique variation on the 12 days of Christmas, we at Edge presently are criss-crossing the country to conduct Legal Project Management (LPM) training programs for major national firms and in-house legal departments every single day – including weekends … Continue reading