Law firms stories
LawCPD unveils first AI-powered learning feature for legal studies
LawCPD pioneers the global legal education scene with the introduction of its AI-Powered Learning Feature, the first AI tool revolutionising professional development for lawyers.
CIBC finances Actionstep's acquisition of Soluno for legal tech move
CIBC Innovation Banking funds global legal software firm Actionstep's acquisition of Soluno, marking a pivotal investment in digitalising legal firm workflows.
NetDocuments reports growth in Asia Pacific legal sector
NetDocuments, a cloud-based content management system for law firms, has reported significant growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
Generative AI's future in law hinges on trustworthy knowledge repositories
The future of generative AI in the legal sector depends on the creation of reliable knowledge repositories, says Lexsoft Systems CEO.
The significance of the client portal for creating a dynamic legal firm
Legal firms are increasingly turning towards client portals as a powerful tool to streamline their operations and enhance client interactions.
Lexsoft debuts cloud-enabled version of knowledge management system
Lexsoft unleashes Lexsoft T3, a cloud-based version of their knowledge management system, integrating with iManage Insight+.
Boots on the ground: AI and Blockchain at the Best Design Awards
'Best Design Awards' lauds tech-influenced journalism; winners use AI & blockchain to expose obscured global truths.
Elite appoints Lindsey Moorley as CFO in the Midst of Growth Strategy
Financial management company Elite announces Lindsey Moorley as CFO as part of a growth strategy following new acquisitions and independence.
First AML and Actionstep partner in AML compliance
First AML and Actionstep have partnered to provide law firms with an AML tool that can cater to complex requirements across the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.
Access Legal has appointed a new Managing Director
Legal tech provider Access Legal appoints Emma de Sousa as new Managing Director to lead company's growth and deliver unrivaled service to law firms.
Allen & Overy appoints five regional D&I partners
Allen & Overy boosts diversity with new regional D-I partner roles, including APAC lead.
How technology is stimulating M&A in NZ
As the number of mergers and acquisitions grow, a major law firm report has explained just how technology is helping the activity along.
Second workplace bullying case filed against TechnologyOne
Former TechnologyOne worker sues for bullying, joining another recent case.
Artificial intelligence: What are the legal implications?
Chapman Tripp urges action on AI's legal impact, highlighting urgent need for regulation and adaptation within law.
GFI Software eyes up verticals; key partners
GFI Software has set its focus on key verticals – and key partners – across Australia as the software company seeks to ramp up its profile locally.
UPDATE: MFAT chief John Allen leaves for NZ Racing Board
The chief executive of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade, John Allen, is resigning to head up the New Zealand Racing Board.
Homegrown tech export cracking America
Like New Zealand technology exporting companies Xero and Navman, an innovative homegrown technology solution called ActionStep is now poised for strong growth in the United States.
Google moves threaten independent legal counsel
Search engine prevents legal firm from advertising based on company's new policy.