Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society’s sole endorsed legal software provider, is implementing its Proclaim Case Management Software solution at Liverpool-based law firm, Three Graces Legal. The new start-up, established in November 2015, offers a wealth of experience in working for organisations of all sizes, as well as providing legal services for individuals.
There is a lot of uninformed comment around at the moment, not least from the politicians who got us into this mess. Anyone who claims to know where we will be by this time tomorrow, by the end of next month, by the end of next year, by the end of the decade is fooling themselves and you.
I don’t intend to add to it here save only in relation to the small corner of the business world which is my special interest. What will Brexit mean for those whose business involves eDiscovery and its related subjects of privacy, data protection and the rest?
Brexit! Shock and horror! The end of the world as we know it. Will reduced immigration and an economic downturn force Charles Christian to be out crop picking in the Fens? Will Richard Susskind produce another volume of “Hey – here’s why lawyers are doomed!” Will I be reduced to writing COBOL again, this time under a French nom de plume for banks in Paris?
The significance of Axiom’s new tech-enabled derivatives offering has gone somewhat under the radar, after its announcement last week (22 June) was interpreted by some as an Ashurst-led partnership.
It is worth paying attention to. Axiom has won work from seven global banks to help them prepare for forthcoming changes in derivatives regulation across the European Union, United States and Asia, leveraging its tech and a team of over 300 legal, negotiation and regulatory specialists trained in derivatives documentation.
New Vendor Case Study: Proclaim Practice Management Software solution delivers above and beyond expectations at Chadwick Lawrence
“Essentially, our primary goal was to have a system that could expand with us, as well as provide the necessary tools to maintain our stellar reputation. Eclipse and its Proclaim solution has delivered above and […]
The legal sector is reeling this morning at the news that Britain has voted to exit the European Union, as legal IT heads urge rational reflection.
Converge Technology Specialists (Converge TS) just announced £3m of new contracts. New clients include LMS, the UK’s leading provider of conveyancing panel management services, and Speed Medical, the UK’s largest independent provider of medical reports. LMS and Speed Medical have both chosen Converge TS to deliver a fully managed Infrastructure as a Service offering.
Jason Plant, who blogs in a personal capacity on ‘No Option for Law Firm!’ but in his other life is head of applications technology at DLA Piper, has given his brief ten pennies worth on the news, broken yesterday by Legal IT Insider, that Tikit has entered into a global partnership with NetDocuments. Worth a read.
In a move that will undoubtedly create more than a few shockwaves across the legal IT market, Tikit has announced a worldwide partnership agreement with cloud-based document management system provider NetDocuments.
UK top 150 regional law firm Tees Law is to implement Peppermint Technology’s Microsoft Dynamics and Sharepoint-backed Legal Service Platform after an extensive review.
The innovative Hertfordshire, Essex and Cambridgeshire-based law firm is to substitute its Civica Systems practice management system and DPS Software case management system with Peppermint’s cloud-based single connected enterprise platform, spanning CRM, financials and legal process automation.
“That magic moment when an idea, trend or social behaviour crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire.” Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference As recently as three years […]
“Our ambition is to be the law firm of the future”: Deloitte Legal study shows clients want better use of tech
The needs of purchasers of legal services are changing dramatically, with a particular emphasis on advisers that offer services beyond legal and make better use of technology, a new survey has revealed.
The most recent reports on the future of the legal industry show law firms are in a dire need of fresh talent, and new skills. Future lawyers will have to demonstrate knowledge in project management and legal technology. Such skills will be crucial for firms and attorneys who want to stay in the market.
However, the big question is: Are law schools preparing students for the future of law, and the changes already taking place?
Leading independent Australian law firm Gilbert + Tobin has rolled out NetDocuments across its three sites and 550-plus staff, as NetDocuments also announces support for and integration with Microsoft Office 365.
Gilbert + Tobin, an iManage customer of around 15 years that services corporate and government clients across the APAC region and globally, will upgrade its on-premises DMS to NetDocuments native cloud-based service to achieve greater usability, mobility, and improved security.
This week’s legal IT updates come from across the spectrum as Zylpha launches its new bundling technology, DocsCorp announces that compareDocs is available as a Windows 10 Universal application, and U.S. cloud-based practice management provider Clio releases four new integrations for its UK and European users. We have wins and deals from Quiss Technology, Nuix and Eclipse Legal Systems, as well as all the latest moves and industry news.