I saw the book Knowledge Management and the Smarter Lawyer published by America Law Media reviewed in the March 2004 issue of Law Practice (an ABA magazine). Looks interesting, especially to those of us who haven't delved into KM.
It makes the argument that all lawyers should invest time in KM. I have felt that smaller firms need not spend the time in this area if they are already sharing information/knowledge well. Apparently the authors feel even solo lawyers should be concerned about this area of management. I'm interested to see if this book can sway me from my opinions.