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8 Nov 2018
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 technologies and pr...
8 Nov 2018
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 to introdu...
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2 Nov 2018
Australian innovators leading the charge in ending modern slavery
As the Modern Slavery Bill before the Senate slowly edges closer to proclamation, Australia’s young entrepreneurs are looking elsewhere to end labou...
15 Oct 2018
SafetyCulture boosts workplace training with EdApp investment
LegalVision has advised workplace health and safety company SafetyCulture on its external investment funding round for mobile technology platform EdAp...
12 Oct 2018
Lawyers on Demand promotes legal tech expert
Alternative legal services provider Lawyers on Demand has elevated its former head of client solutions as it launches its new Designed Solutions servi...
12 Oct 2018
Blockchain protects law and improves social issues
Sociocultural issues such as tax evasion, voter fraud and even climate change, may all be improved as the system of law interacts with blockchain tech...
11 Oct 2018
Outcomes, not billing targets, breed productivity for flexible workers
When the attention is shifted away from billable hours, flexibility “follows much more naturally”, according to the head of a NewLaw firm. ...
8 Oct 2018
ANIKA boosted by funding of almost $200k
ANIKA has secured $199,795 in government funding for a project to build an online platform that will provide free legal advice to vulnerable members i...
3 Oct 2018
How can blockchain help drive sustainable energy?
Much has been said about blockchain technology upending legal services, but it also has the potential to help combat climate change, according to a la...
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. ...
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