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NewLaw
4 Sep 2017
NewLaw firm launches secondment service
A NewLaw firm has launched a new offering to provide secondment services for law firms. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Helping hand
10 Aug 2017
The AI platform creating a safe space for DV victims to get help
Help is at hand for people who may be victims of domestic violence with a few simple clicks, thanks to a new artificially intelligent chatbot named D...
Brooke Reardon
2 Aug 2017
Having it all in Horsham
One lawyer’s decision to break away from the ‘traditional law’ model and fly solo had already been made before she came to learn about a franchi...
2 Aug 2017
Former BigLaw partner sets up virtual IP firm
A former partner at a global firm has established a virtual intellectual property practice, with a focus on the pharmaceutical industry. Write...
1 Aug 2017
NewLaw merges with Aussie firm
A NewLaw firm has announced it has merged with a national firm, with the hopes of attracting more Aussie lawyers to its fold. Write comment (...
20 Jul 2017
‘Inverting’ traditional model pays off for firm
A NewLaw firm was the only firm to be recognised in a corporate ceremony for its strategy in incorporating a model, unlike others seen in Australia’...
18 Jul 2017
NewLaw influence gaining more ground
While traditional law firms still dominate the legal services market, there are definitive signs that the NewLaw philosophy is “making inroads”. ...
14 Jul 2017
Disruptors reinventing the legal wheel
Queensland will play host to one of Australia’s biggest legal hackathons next month, with backing from 14 law firms. Write comment (0 Comme...
13 Jul 2017
Franchise model pushing past NewLaw boundaries
A NewLaw firm says by pioneering franchising as a business model in the legal profession, it has been able to mitigate the challenges that its competi...
7 Jul 2017
Why law is ‘leading the charge’ with technology
The law is miles ahead of other professional services when it comes to adopting smart technologies and using big data, according to a leading consulta...
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Anzac Day reflections: Two-up and civic duty
With Anzac Day almost here, we should be aware of where we can legally play Two-up, and also conside...
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The role of young lawyers in normalising diversity
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