Case Studies

Allens

Allens has developed Allens Arrow – an integrated and bespoke service to help clients undertake major document production more efficiently and cost effectively through a collaborative team of various specialists.
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Corrs Chambers Westgarth has built Corrs Collaborate, a business enabler developed on a SaaS platform that provides clients with intelligent, automated workflows and services using smart logic to forecast, manage and automate processes that are integrated seamlessly into their in-house legal practices and value supply chains.
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Divorce Right – Anne-Marie Cade

Anne-Marie Cade launched Divorce Right to make the divorce process more amicable, easier, smoother and kinder using web based technology to automate paperwork and engage a community of professionals.
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LawPath

LawPath for being a pioneer in the Australian legal document automation and subscription-based legal services including their Easy ESS solution developed in consultation with the ATO, as a simple, automated solution that businesses can use to complete Employee Share Schemes standardised documents provided by the government.
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McCullough Robertson Lawyers

McCullough Robertson Lawyers for their Innovation Jam, a systematic approach to innovation involving all internal employees to create service delivery excellence or new products that creates value for clients and new business ideas, such as the ‘Healthy Days Benefit’, where staff with 16 days leave can take 4 healthy days off per annum.
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Nest Legal

Awarded for Innovative approach to client service that perfectly services its target market
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Royal Automobile Club of Queensland

RACQ Corporate Legal team has developed an interactive workflow system called ServiceNow, a referral and management system for all legal matters that reduces time inefficiencies through traditional method of instructions and has significantly improved transparency, communication and effective time, capacity and document management.
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UNSW Law – Amelia Thorpe

Amelia Thorpe, Senior Lecturer at UNSW Law, has introduced a series of innovations in teaching through experiential approaches encouraging law students to see themselves as active participants in the dynamic fields of planning and environmental law.
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