Peer to Peer Magazine

June 2012

The quarterly publication of the International Legal Technology Association

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Peer to Peer: Law2020®: Two Years and Counting JUNE 2012 56 features The Path to Becoming a Knowledge Organization by Hector Cruz 56 62 62 66 With a bevy of life-changing technologies on the horizon, it may appear that technology can solve all of our problems. But technology is not the primary element driving the legal profession, it's the people. As we implement new technologies in the workplace, we need to make sure our people are prepared to adjust their processes and share their knowledge. New knowledge-sharing methods and technologies must be introduced to strengthen and facilitate natural professional inclinations. Knowledge is what will stand us apart from our competitors and drive us on the path of success. 70 The End of Training? by Brian Donato (in collaboration with Brie Leung) Laptops Versus iPads: An Obsolete Debate? by David Neesen 70 A Look Ahead: The Dawning of Mobile Nirvana by Philip Alberta 74 The Past, Present and Future of Legal IT Leadership by Skip Lohmeyer Peer to Peer 55 74 80 84 84 The Rise of Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) by Barry Murphy Deriving Value from User Experience Design by Andrew M. Baker, J.D. 88 A Look Inside Lawyer Focus Groups: Their Work Has Changed; Has Yours? by Tami Schiller

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