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14 Jun 2018
Clients are ‘badly serviced’ by traditional firms
The CEO of a prominent NewLaw firm has spoken about how his start-up firm has achieved rapid growth since inception, painting a picture of where BigLa...
Justice
11 Jun 2018
Neighbourhood disputes tech hackathon hosted in Qld
The Legal Forecast, in partnership with the Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG), hosted “Hackcess to Justice” (H2J) for young law st...
31 May 2018
UK private equity outfit acquires LOD
Flexible legal services firm Lawyers on Demand (LOD) has brought in overseas private capital to support its future growth plans. Write comment...
22 May 2018
Law firm partnership to offer automated wills
A specialist law firm has announced a partnership which will see it provide automated estate planning services to the Australian community. W...
15 May 2018
'Enriching, innovative' Race to the Future a hit
The first-of-its-kind mash-up of The Amazing Race and a legal hackathon has proven to be a success with budding law students and practitioners alike. ...
10 May 2018
From the links to LinkedIn: How boutiques can use video to nab clientele
In the NewLaw world, marketing your brand, services and firm via online videos is a great new way for lawyers to showcase personality and expertise wi...
7 May 2018
NewLaw firm announces key appointments
A NewLaw firm has revealed it has made two new appointments in a bid to bolster its service offering. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
23 Apr 2018
Victorian law students to race for disruption
Not-for-profit advocacy group The Legal Forecast (TLF) is hosting a challenge around Melbourne’s CBD to showcase the best and brightest in disrupti...
19 Apr 2018
The importance of community in the NewLaw world
A burgeoning new industry has emerged in law in the past five years, which has required a fundamental rethink of the business of legal practice, accor...
13 Apr 2018
Women thriving in NewLaw environment
Female lawyers in tech and NewLaw spheres are discovering they do not need to fight ingrained gender issues as they have previously had to do. ...
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