What’s next for NewLaw?

21 August 2020 By Tasha Levy
Alex Solo

With the pandemic fast-tracking the transition to digital services across the entire legal sector, merely being online is no longer a competitive edge, and according to Alex Solo, NewLaw firms need to work on the innovation side of their businesses to set themselves apart.

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by the co-founder of Sprintlaw to talk about the firm’s achievements over the past year that ultimately led to being named NewLaw Firm of the Year at this year’s Australian Law Awards.


Alex shares why the firm employs an online-based business model, whether the lack of in-person service affects its customer service, how NewLaw firms have fared through the current environment compared to other legal sectors, and his predictions for the NewLaw space in a post-pandemic landscape.


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