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LexisNexis® announces new partner solution LawVu

A cloud-based, legal business collaboration tool for corporate and in-house lawyers AUCKLAND, August 3, 2018 – LexisNexis, a leading provider of content and technology solutions for the legal industry, announced today they have partnered with LawVu to deliver a...

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Rapid changes are tearing the legal industry apart

A while back I wrote an article about how the partnership model and its inherent handicaps made it almost impossible for law firms to adapt in the way they needed to. I was wrong. We’re now fielding far more inbound enquiries from firms eager to use LawVu as a client...

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NPS in Legal

Professional service firms have always relied on professional competency to attract and retain clients. Word of mouth, referrals and recommendations have historically been the principal sources of new business. In order to drive these ‘advocacy’ behaviours, legal and...

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Lawyers – Part of the problem or part of the solution?

It occurred to me recently that when someone has a legal issue, the first thing they think isn't, ‘oh no I have a legal issue’, it’s ‘oh no I need to use a Lawyer, and thats the issue many law firms don’t yet fully grasp - They’re not solving problems, they are the...

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Is your legal firm using the right technology?

Over the last number of months myself and the LawVu team have spent a lot of time looking at how firms and organisations operate in the legal world. In my view the legal industry is where accountants sat five years ago; looking and fearing a new breed of companies and...

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LegalTech in 2016 – Excitement, Panic & Hype.

News in the LegalTech space for the past decade has been pretty barren. Articles written about analytics, legal project management, or the death of the billable hour written in 2008 are almost indistinguishable from those written in 2016. All the things that seemed...

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The Problem with Partnerships

It’s so easy to describe partners in generic terms, as an inflexible, stuck in their ways group of dinosaurs who are collectively responsible for the lack of change and adaptation to the new norm and changing client expectations in the legal industry. The partnership...

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