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NewLaw
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”. ...
Scales of Justice
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...
Franchising
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...
5 Jul 2017
NewLaw firm appoints 4 consulting principals
Nexus Law Group has announced it has continued its growth trajectory by appointing four new consulting principals. Write comment (0 Comments...
7 Jun 2017
Divining client needs with a NewLaw kind of science
According to the CEO of LawPath, if you think the NewLaw industry trades only in ‘disruption’, you are wrong. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
7 Jun 2017
Former BigLaw partner takes GC reins of NewLaw outfit
An Australian lawyer is taking up the inaugural roles of general counsel and company secretary for an international NewLaw business. Write com...
1 Jun 2017
Corporations to dominate e-discovery space
The director of FTI Consulting has predicted that it is only a matter of time when e-discovery falls into the hands of corporations. Write com...
30 May 2017
New practice head for firm
An Australian NewLaw firm is proud to announce it has recruited a new practice leader. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
26 May 2017
Podcast: Knowledge is power
In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, journalist Tom Lodewyke is joined by Myfanwy Wallwork, executive director of regulatory compliance at Lexi...
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