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Boutique only law firm to be recognised as ‘Business of Tomorrow’

Boutique only law firm to be recognised as ‘Business of Tomorrow’

Nexus Law Group

A past recipient of Lawyers Weekly’s Boutique Law Firm of the Year has been named ‘Business of Tomorrow’ in a Westpac program, the only law firm to take out the honour.

Nexus Law Group was awarded the title in the Westpac Business of Tomorrow program last week.

The title ‘Business of Tomorrow’ is awarded to Australian businesses that Westpac identifies as having a clear vision for the future.

Almost 2,000 applications were said to have been received, with a high-profile judging panel consisting of Westpac, Cochlear, IAG, kikki.K, UNSW Business School, Australian Business Review, Mircosoft and Reinventure Group, awarding just 200 businesses who they believed had the potential to shape Australia’s economic future going forward.

Nexus Law Group founder Marcus McCarthy said it was a great honour to be the only law firm to be selected as a Business of Tomorrow.

“Everything we do is about innovation and looking to the future, rather than the past,” Mr McCarthy said.

“We’re a full-service law firm like no other as we’ve created a more efficient and effective service by pioneering the embedded contractor model.

“As part of this process, we’ve even had to commission our own unique cloud-based practice management platform, OpenLaw. This system enables independent lawyers to come together under a single platform and compete collectively for work, driving collaboration and unified service delivery for clients.

“Nexus is one of the few ‘NewLaw’ businesses offering positive industry disruption, while preserving the position of lawyers in society instead of undermining it.”

 

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