eDisclosure Coordinator – London A leading Law firm, one of the most prestigious in the world, are seeking an eDiscovery Coordinator to join their team based in the City of London on a permanent basis. […]
Network & Security Operations Centre Manager/ NSOC Manager/SOC/NOC – London – to £65k including bonus
Network and Security Operations Centre Manager/ NSOC Manager/SOC/NOC – London – up to £65k including bonus This is an exciting opportunity for a Network and Security Operations Centre Manager to excel within one of the […]
Date: Monday September 14th, 2015 Time: 18.30 Venue: Finch’s bar, 12A Finsbury Square London EC2A 1AN, London RAVN Systems would like to invite you to join their first Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise Meetup. Come […]
Encore Webinar: Total Workspace Lifecycle Management for WorkSite – Phoenix Business Solutions – 10 July
Due to popular demand, we are running an encore presentation of our successful Workspace Control webinar. This time, we will spend more time demonstrating the archiving, auditing, and job management capabilities. We will be delivering […]
An Interview With…James Knight, Keystone Law: “It is no longer enough to use digital as a mere bolt-on for the marketing team.”
Fast-growing virtual law firm Keystone Law is one of the oldest next generation, technology-driven law firms, predating the enactment of the Legal Services Act by almost a decade. Set up in 2002, Keystone’s lawyers work from home or from within its commercial clients’ offices, with an emphasis on achieving and maintaining a healthy work-life balance. The firm, which signed with NetDocuments earlier this year, is notable for its dedicated recruitment website and lifestyle calculator, which shows lawyers how many hours a day they would need to work at Keystone to maintain their current salary. In the second of our ‘An Interview With…’ series, here Keystone’s founder and managing partner James Knight tells associate editor Caroline Hill about Keystone’s growth plans, and says the legal market needs to wake up to the fact that technology is no longer a “mere bolt-on for the marketing team.”
Solicitors Own Software has started July with a brace on new deals for its SOS Connect system from Wrigley’s Solicitors in Yorkshire and Streeter Marshall in Surrey, which is an Elite Enterprise swapout.
SettlementAnalytics has launched a first-of-its-kind automated litigation analysis platform, which applies mathematical game theory to predict the outcomes of legal conflict.
OptiSettle enables claimants and defendants to enter the costs of litigation and their beliefs about the possible outcomes of negotiation, settlement and trial, to calculate more realistic claim valuations, compute settlement probabilities, quantify implied trial risks and optimise settlement strategies.
Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (June 2015 #284) TOP STORIES INCLUDE: Has Elite lost its mojo? – It has not been a good month for Thomson Reuters Elite as firms defect from Enterprise and Elite. Aderant Expert, Peppermint Technology, LexisOne, SOS Connect and Eclipse Proclaim are among the beneficiaries.
In our latest Talking Tech video, Mark Craddock, Director of Sales EMEA for NetDocuments, talks to Charles Christian about cloud-based document and email management, and how the encryption features embedded within NetDocuments can address the security and risk management issues law firms now face when it comes to the transfer and storage of client documents and communications.
Document automation and process mapping underpin a new flexible client services offering from DWF, as the top 30 firm rolls out a structured paralegal, contract lawyer and client consultancy service and automates its key precedents across the firm.
SAP Functional Consultant/ Matter Management Consultant/ SAP MM Specialist London Permanent Salary – market rates The Role: To ensure that the SAP system operates in an optimal manner meeting all business requirements. • Functional configuration […]
IT Trainer – eLearning (Captivate) – Law / Legal Sector Essential skills: •Office 2010 •Captivate •Law firm/professional services environment •E-learning tools Desirable Skills: •Elite Webview and Carpe Diem •Learning Management Systems About the Role This […]
My client is a security SaaS provider and they are looking for a professional, personable, commercially aware and web application focused individual that’s passionate about technology and solving business challenges. Due to organic growth in […]
In our latest Startup Corner-meets-Talking Tech, we have a short interview with Northern Ireland barrister-turned entrepreneur Orlagh McGahan, who is talking about the new Briefed service she has launched. Briefed is an online case management tool for barristers and chambers’ staff designed to manage the majority of administrative tasks behind each case.
Comment: Don’t let hackers see through your windows! – Threats and solutions to the end of Windows 2003 support
Windows 2003 support will end on July 14th 2015, however many law firms remain using Windows Server 2003 machines that will not be migrated by the deadline. For those firms that have not done this due to financial reasons, remember, this isn’t a matter of saving money; not acting could put a law firm at great risk from forceful and targeted cyber attacks.