VP Business Development
Pierre-Paul is a lawyer, member of the Quebec Bar, with over 15 years of experience in the legal technology sector. His expertise consists in helping decision-making and regulatory bodies to improve the management and dissemination of their legal information. He supervises all of Lexum’s sales and marketing activities. He has a strong background in international cooperation, having been in charge of international projects when Lexum was an academic research laboratory. He is also recognized as an expert on legal issues related to free and open source software.
Articles written by Pierre-Paul Lemyre
Last May my colleague Ivan announced four upcoming major milestones in Lexum’s plan for getting started with legal Knowledge Management-as-a-Service . Early this summer we reported the transformation of Lexbox into a private document repository allowing you to search your own material straight from the CanLII website . Later we integrated our citator to insert links pointing to public legal information... Read more
On August 26th, Lexbox benefited from a major update. Among the new features included in this release is the capacity to link to the CanLII website the legal citations from your documents, as discussed in last month’s post . We invite you to try it out by submitting a few of your own files to your Lexbox account and checking how they get interconnected with CanLII’s content. But this post is about... Read more
A month ago, I introduced Lexum’s first step in providing Knowledge Management as a Service (KMaaS) via Lexbox. This development has made it possible for Lexbox users to start searching their own documents alongside the public legal information made available on the CanLII website. This post covers the upcoming release of the second feature tied to that approach. In a few weeks Lexum will integrate... Read more
Typesetting is the operation consisting in setting the text onto a page so that it looks good. It originates from the printing world in which typographers initially had to arrange physical types (letters and symbols) to imprint them on paper. Obviously, this work is now completed digitally with the help of dedicated software such as Adobe InDesign, LaTex, or QuarkXPress. All these solutions are... Read more
In a recent post Ivan Mokanov presented Lexum ’s vision of providing Knowledge Management as a Service to the legal community. It is true that until now KM in the legal sector has been closely associated with expensive enterprise software only at the reach of law firms of a certain size. However, it is our belief that the infrastructure we developed for legal publishing can also be leveraged by lawyers... Read more