TECHNOLOGY INTELLIGENCE

Law firms have a lot of problems but now also a lot of solutions

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Law firms have a lot of problems when it comes to pricing, pitching, workflow, efficiency and matter budgeting. That’s not a newsflash to most people.…

How leading international law firm Allens is driving operational excellence, transparency and collaboration with BigHand

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For nearly 200 years, international law firm Allens has played a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region…

Contractbook receives early-stage investment of $5.7m

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Google VC fund enters legaltech  Danish-based contract management company, Contractbook has announced that it has raised €3.5 million from a syndicate led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s…

James & Wells selects Aurora North Practicelink for IP prosecution management

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Growing Australasia IP practice to implement Aurora North PracticeLink as part of major systems upgrade. Aurora North, a leading provider of IP prosecution software for…

Law firm software to get excited about

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There was genuine excitement at last week's* Sydney launch event for LEAP 2x. At the conclusion of a short video introducing LEAP 2x, the sizeable audience…

South Africa’s first ever blockchain-based property register pilot

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The Centre for Affordable Housing Finance in Africa (CAHF) (HousingFinanceAfrica.org), research consultancy 71point4 and Seso Global have partnered to develop South Africa’s first blockchain-based property…

PracticeEvolve Partners with Fileman to Deliver an Integrated File Management and Storage Solution

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PracticeEvolve, an innovative legal practice management software provider which offers document management and legal accounting functionalities, has announced a partnership with Fileman, a leading file…

Small law firms more tech savvy as artificial intelligence emerges as competitive advantage

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Australian law firms are embracing new technology, but smaller practices are more open to technological innovation than their larger cousins, according to a new survey.…

Law students bridge the app for local non-for-profits

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Students enrolled in the UWA Law School's Legal APPtitude unit presented their final projects at sponsor firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth on Wednesday 23 October 2019. The Legal APPtitude…

A new approach to categorising legal technology

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The market for legal services is typically categorised into practice areas such as Corporate and Commercial, Insurance, M&A, Family Law, Conveyancing etc. There are dozens…