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1 Oct 2018
Commercial acumen and technical expertise ‘not mutually exclusive’
A NewLaw principal has spoken out about the need to bridge the gap between the skills picked up in traditional law firms and in in-house roles. ...
28 Sep 2018
Lawyers on Demand celebrates 10 years
Alternative legal services provider Lawyers on Demand has marked its tenth year of operation, after being founded in 2008 by three Freehills alumni. ...
legal hackathon, competition, Murdoch University law student Kashmirra Thevar
26 Sep 2018
WA hosts first legal hackathon
Murdoch University law student Kashmirra Thevar has facilitated the western state’s first interdisciplinary legal hackathon. Write comment ...
13 Sep 2018
‘Decisive’ leadership the winning ingredient for law firm success
New data has identified decisive leadership as being the key competitive advantage among top performing law firms. Write comment (0 Comments)...
13 Sep 2018
NewLaw firm opens operations to WA
A NewLaw firm has expanded into the West Australian market, with the announcement of a new office to focus on the provision of legal operations, secon...
6 Sep 2018
How diverse is NewLaw and legal tech in Australia?
Research from the United States shows that women and people of colour are significantly underrepresented among legal tech founders. Down Under, are we...
22 Aug 2018
$1.5m raised for Aus company aiming to increase access to justice
Australian-based technology company Legaler has raised $1.5 million to fund its mission of building blockchain infrastructure for the future of legal ...
20 Aug 2018
‘Cast your net as widely as possible’: A word to law graduates
With competition at an all-time high, its vital for Australian law graduates to keep options open, according to two experienced practitioners. ...
17 Aug 2018
Qld lawyer pushes for formal government inquiry into insurance industry
A Gold Coast-based litigation director has urged for a formal government inquiry into practices of the Australian insurance industry. Write co...
7 Aug 2018
Embracing legal automation
There’s no hiding it, the legal technology revolution is (finally) here, writes Ed Pullen. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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