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NewLaw
22 Nov 2017
AI boosting lawyers’ value delivery, firm says
A Sydney law firm has said its use of artificial intelligence technology has freed up lawyers to spend more time on analysis and problem-solving. ...
Legal assistance, virtual
14 Nov 2017
Legal assistance in a virtual world
As a highly engaged legal personal assistant in one of the world’s largest law firms, becoming a mum was all it took for the cogs to start turning....
Legal tech partnership targets SMEs
13 Nov 2017
Legal tech partnership targets SMEs
A legal document provider has partnered with a cloud software provider to offer legal knowledge and tools to small businesses. Write comment ...
10 Nov 2017
Podcast: Lawyers as ‘data scientists’
This special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show was recorded at Relativity Fest 2017 in Chicago, in partnership with Relativity. Write comment...
3 Nov 2017
Firm welcomes return of pioneering humanitarian practitioner
The long association that a prominent social enterprise lawyer has shared with a national firm will continue when he returns to the place where his ca...
26 Oct 2017
The AI revolution disrupting the legal sector
Legal research used to involve countless hours in libraries or in data rooms with endless volumes of law reports, judgments, precedents and other lega...
17 Oct 2017
NewLaw firm gains international presence
An Australian NewLaw firm has announced a “groundbreaking” alliance with a US and UK firm. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
21 Sep 2017
NewLaw firm reveals app dedicated to in-house teams
A NewLaw firm has announced it is enabling in-house teams to use big data through the release of a new app. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
11 Sep 2017
NewLaw appoints 2 principals
In an attempt to meet growing client demand, one NewLaw firm has revealed it has appointed an additional principal and associate principal. Wr...
6 Sep 2017
For and against
The NewLaw model – the way of the future or a fad? We speak to two experts who offer opposing views. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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