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13 Dec 2017
New legal analytics tool to enable ‘more creative’ work
The managing director of an Australian legal analytics start-up has said the platform will help lawyers deliver more strategic and creative advice to ...
Podcast: Working smarter
8 Dec 2017
Podcast: Working smarter
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Tom Lodewyke is joined by LexisNexis Australia general manager Simon Wilkins.  Write comment (0 ...
Lawyers Weekly Future Forum
8 Dec 2017
Full speed ahead
Relive the highlights from the second annual Lawyers Weekly Future Forum. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
5 Dec 2017
GC panel probes why there aren’t more women in power
Sponsorship has been touted as a pragmatic solution over mentorship to encourage more talented women in law to claim their place at the leadership tab...
24 Nov 2017
Podcast: Leading the charge with TAR
This special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show was recorded at Relativity Fest 2017 in Chicago. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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. ...
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....
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...
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