Democratisation and accessibility of the law key to legal innovation
LexisNexis and Janders Dean have announced the winners of the 2018 Legal Innovation Index, which illustrated that accessibility, knowledge sharing, and automation are key trends driving legal innovation across Australia and New Zealand.
Thomson Reuters Elite, part of the Legal business of Thomson Reuters, today announced that Shine Lawyers has become the latest firm to go live with 3E®.
Western Sydney’s leading law firm Coleman Greig has selected Hubshare from Nikec Solutions as its new secure file sharing and collaboration platform.
Australia's leading independent law firm, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, has teamed up with ConsenSys start up, OpenLaw, to achieve a breakthrough that aims to unlock the potential of the Ethereum blockchain and smart contracts in the settlement of real estate and property transactions.
LexisNexis has launched NSW Court of Appeal Analyser, an in-depth analytics tool that provides deep insights on NSW Court of Appeal cases. It is the third legal analytics solution released by LexisNexis Australia to date.
LexisNexis is supporting the Australian Human Rights Commission as a project partner in a landmark inquiry into the challenges to our rights and freedoms presented by technologies such as artificial intelligence, social media, and big data.
Conveyancing technology experts GlobalX has today announced the launch of GlobalX Legal – a new service providing outsourced PEXA-related and trust account services to lawyers and conveyancers.
Maddocks has adopted Luminance’s machine learning technology to streamline the due diligence processes at the Australian firm. The firm, which has long been committed to improving client service through innovation, selected Luminance due to its ability to significantly reduce the amount of time spent on a due diligence review compared to typical manual methods.
Top-tier Thai firm Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners has become the first law firm in Thailand to deploy Luminance’s cutting-edge machine learning technology to improve the efficiency of their contract review.
To embed file comparison in their SaaS solution designed for in-house legal teams
Workshare, the market leader in document comparison solutions, today announced a new partnership with New Zealand-based legal tech company, LawVu. Together they will deliver the world’s most complete purpose-built SaaS operations platform for in-house legal teams.
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