Legal case management

Legal case management

Legal case management (LCM) covers a range of approaches and technologies used by law firms to leverage case knowledge and methodologies to manage the lifecycle of a case more effectively.

In today’s competitive market, legal professionals are constantly challenged to deliver quantities of information and services at lower costs with more relevance and accuracy. Technology and best practices can meet these challenges. Legal case management software (especially web-based solutions) help better consolidate, manage, use, share, and protect information. Because they can integrate data from multiple systems, departments, users, and business entities, the solutions can increase a firm's business advantage.

Legal professionals are constantly looking for sophisticated information management and workflow solutions that are intuitive . . . always tailored to meet their specific needs and requirements. Again, the main goal is to increase the law firm's efficiency and revenue, decrease costs, and improve intended results allowing administration staff to spend less time on tasks, and more time serving clients.

ee also

* Community of practice
* Competitive intelligence
* Complexity theory and organizations
* Computer-supported collaboration
* Corporate memory
* e-learning
* Enterprise content management
* Enterprise search
* Enterprise social software
* Expert system
* Information management
* Intellectual capital
* Knowledge
* Knowledge ecosystems
* Knowledge base
* Knowledge management for development
* Knowledge sharing
* Knowledge transfer
* Law
* Legal matter management
* Legal technology
* Organizational learning
* Organizational empowerment
* Personal knowledge management
* Public sector knowledge management
* Procedural knowledge

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