Right now, it’s difficult to pry additional tech spend from law firms as they weather COVID-19′s economic uncertainty. But knowledge management innovation doesn’t have to suffer during lean months, panelists said during the ILTA>ON virtual conference.

Instead, law firms can use existing software and leverage lawyers and staffers’ emerging eagerness to adopt technology to develop and implement innovative knowledge management without breaking the bank, knowledge management practitioners said. The discussion was livestreamed during ILTA>ON’s “KM Innovation On a Shoestring Budget” panel. Perkins Coie knowledge management firm solutions manager Holly Hanna noted innovation can simply entail developing new ways for people to access resources and documents.

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