NewLaw ‘jolting’ global legal marketplaceJul 24 2019

Law firms around the world need to become better equipped to handle an influx of NewLaw providers, a new report has found.

by Emma Ryan


Jul 21 2019NewLaw firm expands national practice

A NewLaw firm has launched a new South Australian hub as part of its national expansion plans. Big ...

by Emma Ryan

Jul 14 2019Maritime moot title a consecutive win for University of Queensland

The University of Queensland law students have held onto a huge victory, coming out on top again in ...

by Naomi Neilson

May 22 2019Landers, YBF Ventures team up for lawtech hub

National firm Lander & Rogers and tech innovation space YBF Ventures have joined forces for an ...

by Jerome Doraisamy

May 06 2019Why law students should partake in legal innovation programs

Participating in legal innovation projects and events makes law students “more motivated, well-rou...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Issues and opportunities for disruption of pro bono servicesMay 01 2019

When it comes to tech disruption in the delivery of pro bono services to clients, there are numerous matters to consider, given how importan...

by Jerome Doraisamy

NewLaw firm acquires lexvocoApr 29 2019

An established NewLaw firm has scooped up lexvoco in a move that will see it bolster its presence in the Australian legal market. Big Law ...

by Emma Ryan

‘Flexible lawyer’ firm shares why remote work is gaining popularityApr 16 2019

A newly launched contract lawyer business has opened up on the reasons why those taking “location agnostic” approaches are nabbing top i...

by Emma Ryan

Should clients be able to track their matters like a pizza delivery?Apr 16 2019

Law firms need to be technology companies these days because it is what clients expect from their customer journey, argues a legal tech entr...

by Jerome Doraisamy

How technology can truly optimise productivity in your firm Mar 27 2019

Using technology in the workplace can be a double-edged sword, writes David Hobley. Big Law Write comment (0 Comments) ...

by David Hobley