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By Kate Simpson


Law firms have used both Knowledge Management (KM) and information technology to address their information management needs, but uncovering information in their vast data repositories is still tricky. Kate Simpson makes the argument that it's "the messy middle" that needs attention next, to maximize the chance of success for KM and IT.

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Kate Simpson is a freelance information & knowledge architect based in Toronto, Canada. She's spent the last 10+ years turning a legal education into a passion for complex information spaces (law firms, publishing, government, etc). Through her company Tangledom, Kate tends toward the obsessive when exploring the different ways we can make information and knowledge easier to find, use, share and manage within our organisations.

Kate is the Manage practice area contributing editor for FUMSI.

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