Information Management Leader with progressive expertise in the legal industry. Team-oriented with experience managing day-to-day change through planning, coaching and business partnerships. Articulates vision as well as translates business requirements into user-focused technology solutions.
Began his career as a librarian and leveraged his research, reference and organizational skills to pioneer the development of the firm's intranet. Since then, he has collaborated with various teams to enhance client extranets helping make them an integral part of the firm's culture.
Author of several articles on the subject of law firm websites and has spoken & organized discussion forums on topics related to SharePoint, governance and search, including:
SharePoint Community of Interest Discussion Leader (2011 and 2012)
Empowering Non-Power Users to Edit Pages (in SharePoint)
SharePoint for Large Firms: Integration, Customization, Client Collaboration and Search
SharePoint for Small Firms Discussion Forum Coordinator
Integrating Applications into SharePoint - Challenges and Successes
SharePoint 2007 Search - Installation, Customization, Acculturation and KM
Using Your Document Management System for Knowledge Management
Strategies for Client Extranets: Requirements, Platforms and Solutions
An Intranet’s Role in Practice Management
“Top 50 Legal Research Web Sites” and “Best Law Office Web Sites” (Law Office Computing)
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