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Collas Crill promotes legal resources

Collas Crill's group head of knowledge management, Lisa Upham, has been featured in Thomson Reuters' latest video on its legal services product, Bulletin Pro.

Used to deliver targeted knowledge, Bulletin Pro is a tool that Collas Crill's knowledge management team use to help to prepare internal newsletters and updates across all of the practice areas and jurisdiction.

Lisa, who talks about how the software has revolutionised the dissemination of knowledge throughout the firm, also spoke at the Thomson Reuters Solcara Annual Update Conference in London on the way in which Collas Crill has implemented Bulletin Pro.

She said: "We can update our lawyers in a fraction of the time it used to take. We can prepare daily, weekly or monthly updates and manipulate how much editorial content we need to have or even set up automated updates that can be made to fit a particular case or research thread". 

"We spend a significant amount of money on online legal resources. Bulletin Pro helps us tap into these resources and other updates. We can put these links into one easy to read bulletin for our lawyers to digest whenever they feel like it. This means that they do not have to have hundreds of daily emails from various providers. It can all go into one and be served daily, weekly or to their exacting requirements."

You can view the video here. 

This is the second time that Collas Crill has been used to promote Thomson Reuters' products having been featured as a case study to promote its legal information resource, Solcara.



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