Australian legal solutions provider e.law has this week announced it is expanding into the UK and Canada.
The move will see the vendor rebrand from e.law Asia Pacific to e.law International in a bid to meet the data and hard copy management needs of organisations worldwide.
Already, e.law has established an electronic courtroom business in the UK as well as a consulting business in Canada.
According to Rebecca Grant, the COO and head of e.courts for e.law International, these are significant milestones for the organisation: "We look forward to scaling our growth further to harness every opportunity in these new markets," she said.
The reinvigorated global reach builds off e.law's success in electronic courts locally, including its support for Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiries across Australia - such as the Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission and the Montara Commission of Inquiry - as well as some of the largest civil litigation matters run digitally.