LAW FIRM INFORMATION GOVERNANCE SYMPOSIUM: 2019 REPORTS

Introduction

The Law Firm Information Governance Symposium reports offer definitions, processes and best practices for law firm IG. In 2019, the law firm information governance members met to develop two new reports: Office 365 and Agile IG, and LFIGS 2.0 – an updated version of the 2012 Law Firm Information Governance Framework.

Visit the reports here:

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Office 365 and Agile IG 

To be successful with Office 365 and similar technologies, IG professionals must embrace Agile IG. This paper explains the Agile IG approach and how it can be used to survive and thrive in an O365 environment.
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LFIGS 2.0

This report is an update to the 2012 “A Proposed Law Firm Information Governance Framework.” In it, you will find revised IG process components, an updated law firm information governance definition and best practices to support a comprehensive IG program.
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Office 365 and Agile IG (Executive Summary)

Whether you or your clients are using Office 365, you need to understand how to govern it and address its challenges. Get practical advice and implementation lessons learned from using Office 365 in a law firm environment.
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LFIGS 2.0
(Executive Summary)

As a result of new/expanding data privacy regulations, exponential data growth and disruptive technologies, the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium members created a modernized report on what IG means within the law firm sector. This report is an updated version of the 2012 “A Proposed Law Firm Information Governance Framework.”