Patrick DiDomenico joins Jackson Lewis as chief innovation officer

Jackson Lewis P.C. announces Patrick DiDomenico has joined the firm as Chief Innovation Officer. Mr. DiDomenico joins Jackson Lewis from Ogletree Deakins where he served as Chief Knowledge Officer. As Chief Innovation Officer, Mr. DiDomenico will develop and implement strategies driving innovation and technology within the firm.

“Patrick’s understanding of law firm innovation and technology will be a great asset to the firm, and we are thrilled he made the decision to join us as Chief Innovation Officer,” said Firm Co-Chairs William J. Anthony and Kevin G. Lauri. “Adding the role of Chief Innovation Officer ensures that clients will continue to receive the highest quality legal service in the most effective and efficient manner. Innovation is in Jackson Lewis’ DNA, and with Patrick’s leadership we intend to develop a comprehensive innovation and technology strategy that prioritizes meeting our clients’ needs.”

Mr. DiDomenico is a thought leader in knowledge management for law firms and has extensive experience developing, implementing, and executing knowledge management programs. Additionally, he has an understanding of building teams of professionals and overseeing training programs. Mr. DiDomenico has worked with the attorneys and clients to develop innovative ways to deliver greater value, focusing on quality, consistency, and efficiency, which helps law firms make the best use of technology to serve clients.

Prior to his career in knowledge management and legal technology and innovation, Mr. DiDomenico served as commercial litigation attorney in New York for nine years. He is a frequent speaker on the topics of knowledge management and legal technology and innovation. Mr. DiDomenico also authored the book, Knowledge Management for Lawyers.

Mr. DiDomenico earned his J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law and his B.A. from Le Moyne College.