Lambert and Preston on Technology and the Law Library

Greg Lambert, Library and Records Manager
King & Spalding

Scott Preston, Chief Information Officer
Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP

Biographies:

Besides managing the research and records teams, Greg Lambert works as a liaison between many departments at King & Spalding on issues of business development, competitive intelligence, knowledge management and firm wide initiatives.  Before joining King & Spalding, he was contract Project Manager working with the University of Houston on a $34.5 million FEMA project to rebuild the law library collection after Tropical Storm Allison, and he was the Library and Information Director at the Oklahoma Supreme Court where he was responsible for the court’s online research tool OSCN.  Greg has presented at national library, knowledge management, records and competitive intelligence functions and is the Past President of the SLA Texas Chapter.  In 2008 he was awarded the Excellence in Marketing for “Best Use of Technology” from AALL and Thomson Reuters.  Greg received his BA from Cameron University, and his Masters in Library Science and JD from the University of Oklahoma and can be found on Twitter: @glambert, LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/grlambert and on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog: http://www.geeklawblog.com.

Scott Preston leads Fulbright and Jaworski’s Information Technology, Practice Support, Records Management and Project Management departments.  He has more than 20 years of senior management experience in legal technology, spending the last 10 as Fulbright’s CIO.  A creative thinker who is often found thinking outside the box, Mr. Preston is known for his passion for technology and for motivating others by having a hands-on fun approach.

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