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Keypoint appoints Brisbane-based consulting principal

Keypoint Law has appointed a new consulting principal, who will be based in the firm’s Brisbane office as it looks to continue to build ou

by Emma Ryan

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2019 Justice Project opens with 22 law grads

The Piddington Society has launched its annual Justice Project, with this year seeing 22 law graduat...

by Emma Ryan

Virtual lawyer built for Amazon’s Alexa

An Australian-based legal technology company has created a prototype virtual lawyer, built using Ama...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Observations on NewLaw in Australia in 2018

Not that long ago in-house legal teams had two options: to do legal work in-house, or to outsource i...

by Lachlan McKnight

‘It will be viewed with as much ridicule as slavery’: NewLaw practitioners slam time-based billing

In a torrent of LinkedIn comments last week, lawyers in the NewLaw space across Australia slammed th...

by Jerome Doraisamy

2019 legal trends identified

Tech improvements and changing client expectations are just some of the key trends LawPath has identified for the legal profession as it mov...

by Grace Ormsby

Bravery (at work) and pregnancy go hand-in-hand

I’ve recently just announced that I’m leaving a wonderful firm to join an innovative NewLaw firm. This wouldn’t normally be that newsw...

by Catherine Brooks

Law Squared nabs duo to kickstart new practice

NewLaw firm Law Squared is forming its own employment workplace relations team, with the announcement that it has wooed two lawyers from Moo...

by Grace Ormsby

Embedding NewLaw practices into BigLaw requires transformation, not disruption

There are real opportunities for BigLaw firms to evolve with the times in the legal marketplace. Such change means adapting to new technolog...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Developing apps for on-demand legal systems

The idea of on-demand apps is mostly associated with services like ridesharing and food delivery, but on-demand app developers are starting ...

by Rae Steinbach