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NewLaw
20 Feb 2017
BigLaw 'rapidly' losing out to NewLaw counterparts
Australian BigLaw firms need to rethink everything about the way they do business, with more competition coming from evolving NewLaw providers than ev...
Adelaide
14 Feb 2017
NewLaw provider looks to boost innovation in SA
A NewLaw firm has announced this week that it has established an Adelaide office, continuing its growth trajectory of the past two years. Writ...
13 Feb 2017
Online firm hires special counsel to set up new employment arm
A NewLaw firm has brought a top-tier employment lawyer on board to establish a new practice in Perth. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
13 Feb 2017
NewLaw acquisition to strengthen local and international ties
Nexus Law Group has revealed the reasons behind its recent acquisition of Australian Lawyers Network. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
20 Jan 2017
BigLaw v NewLaw debate heats up
Fuel has been added to the BigLaw v NewLaw fire, with debate again on the rise over which model presents the better offering to legal professionals. ...
18 Jan 2017
Seamless scalability a boon for legal franchising model
As lawyers grow comfortable with the NewLaw franchising proposition, its increasing popularity is assisted by how simply offshore support services can...
13 Jan 2017
Vic lawyers form online legal community
Two Melbourne-based lawyers have set up an Australia-wide networking group, enabling legal professionals to come together to share ideas while combati...
11 Jan 2017
NewLaw to nab more 'non-traditional' lawyers
A performing artist turned banking manager turned lawyer has praised the NewLaw model for upping the ante on employing staff whose personalities don...
28 Dec 2016
NewLaw firm bolsters WA office with new hire
Nexus Law Group has announced it has appointed a new consulting principal to its Western Australia site. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
23 Dec 2016
‘We aren’t McDonald's’: NewLaw franchise model pushes past prestige hang-up
Growing interest in the franchise model for law firms suggests that the initial concerns about how appropriately the method works in law have faded. ...
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