PRACTICE INTELLIGENCE

For a new law firm, what should be the priority: office space or technology?

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by Peter Frankl. When you’re starting a new law firm from scratch you'll have to make some hard financial choices. If you have no clients,…

The new digital front door to your law firm

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Did a client enter your firm through the front door of your office today? Did a receptionist greet the client and offer a glass of…

Houseroo puts conveyancers, real estate agents and mortgage brokers on a common platform with a common purpose

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If you are a conveyancer, don’t be surprised when you get an invitation to collaborate on the new online platform, Houseroo. Your first invitation is…

The 16th fastest growing technology company in Australia is a law firm

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The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2017 Australia recognises and profiles fast growing technology companies. Now in its seventeenth year in Australia, the program ranks the 50 fastest…

Locally based lawyers and admins extend your legal team’s capacity in an instant

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If you have been offered a service called Legal Process Outsourcing it was probably comprised of lawyers and administrative staff based overseas. A risk with overseas outsourcing,…

A new association based in Western Australia is a strong advocate for compulsory electronic settlements

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The E-Conveyancing Association of Western Australia (ECAWA) is headed by Ebony Bishop who is President and Jack Boyle, Vice President. They are both conveyancers / settlement agents…

Praise and Concern About PEXA

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The vast majority of the conveyancing industry would likely hold the view that the digital era is unstoppable and that it has huge benefits. However, there is also…

Herbert Smith Freehills to relocate 230 business services staff out of Sydney CBD

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The official announcement: Herbert Smith Freehills will open a new office in Sydney’s Macquarie Park in 2018, in a move signalling a new era of…

The three great unknowns in the legal sector today

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The three great unknowns in the legal sector today are NewLaw firms, artificial intelligence and globalisation. This is the conclusion drawn from responses to an extensive…

NewLaw Validation with UK Public Listing

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A NewLaw business based in the UK and replicated in Australia is headed for a public listing on the London AIM exchange.  Keystone Law is…
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