Knowledge Sharing in Legal Practice

Knowledge Sharing in Legal Practice

Chad Saunders (University of Calgary, Canada)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-933-5.ch151
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Abstract

Given the reliance on knowledge-based resources over traditional assets, the professional context serves as a heightened environment in which to investigate knowledge sharing. Within legal practice, the success of a law firm is connected to the firm’s ability to leverage knowledge (Sherer, 1995), and this has led to a call for knowledge management to be a business imperative within legal practice (Parsons, 2004; Rusanow, 2003).

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