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GlobalX introduces new efficiencies for practitioners with TrustOnline acquisition

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Leading legal technology company GlobalX has announced its latest tool to assist the productivity of Australian legal and conveyancing practitioners, following the acquisition of trust…

What should we expect from our legal practice software now?

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Law firms are asking their software providers: What is the best way for our staff to work together as a team on matters and documents…

Suddenly we are all experts on virtual meeting software

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If you have been living under a rock like the rest of us (i.e. in home isolation) then you would be well aware by now…

LawTap Announces $250,000 COVID-19 Stimulus Package for Small Law Firms

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LawTap, which provides appointment booking and scheduling for law firms, is proud to announce a $250,000 COVID-19 stimulus package to support small law firms across…

Legal Tech goes from luxury to necessity overnight

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By InfoTrack. As the nation moves to remote working to flatten COVID-19, the use of legal technology has gone from being a luxury to a…

Digital tools to ensure productivity in uncertain times

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by GlobalX. In the midst of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, self-isolation and working from home is gradually becoming the norm for organisations across many…

Your team on a messaging platform – a one-year veteran’s greatest learnings

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By Peter Frankl. I’m a one-year veteran of Slack messaging. The experience is not what I thought it would be. The app encourages more communication…

Maybe this time – online property auctions – with a new app

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Now may be the time that online property auctions actually become a reality. There have been many attempts to make it happen over the years…

GlobalX Acts Immediately to Protect Employees and Slow the Rate of COVID-19

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GlobalX today announced the immediate introduction of a series of measures designed to help protect its Australian and UK workforce against the risk of infections…

Singapore to invest $15 million in computational law

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From Straits Times: Singapore is to undertake a first-of-its-kind research on creating a working programming language for the country's laws and contracts. This language will…
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