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Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Random Lunatic — Always an Unhappy Surprise

Posted in Law firm practices, Legal Project Management

(Part 4 of 5, LPM in Transactional Practices) EUREKA! Ever had that experience when someone coins a phrase that perfectly describes something you could never find the word to describe? It happened recently during a fascinating conversation with “Lex,” head of a large law firm’s transactional corporate practice and an advocate for applying Legal Project… Continue Reading

Communicating With “The Client” – Lessons From Lex

Posted in General Counsel, Law firm practices, Legal Project Management, Outside Counsel

By Pam Woldow & Douglas Richardson (Part 3 of 5, LPM in Transactional Practices) Welcome Back, Lex In the last several posts, we’ve been telling you about Lex, the head of a national firm’s transactional practice group, and his staunch support for the application of Legal Project Management (LPM) principles and practices to transactional work…. Continue Reading

KM Triumphs at the Lex & Larry LPM Showdown

Posted in Law firm practices, Legal Project Management, Legal Project Management tools

(Part 2 of 5, LPM in Transactional Practices) Welcome Back, Lex In our last post, we introduced you to “Lex,” head of a large firm’s transactional practice group and a powerful spokesman for the benefits of applying legal project management (LPM) principles to transactional legal work. What Lawyers Should Do Lex learned — and now… Continue Reading

Legal Project Management: Lessons from “Lex” (Part 1 of 5, LPM and Transactional Practices)

Posted in Law firm practices, Legal Project Management

But Not for Me Over the course of four years of implementing large law firm Legal Project Management (LPM) initiatives, it has been common for transactional lawyers to ‘inform’ me that the whole Legal Project Management (LPM) trend may be well and good for litigators, but has little to add to the effectiveness of lawyers… Continue Reading