Leaders in legal procurement

Imagine a world where fee proposals are streamlined, additional costs are justified and all your legal bills come in as quoted. Welcome to life with Lawcadia.

Save time, save money and reduce frustration

Legal procurement is hard. Managing multiple matters, controlling your legal spend and maintaining open lines of communication requires time, money and resources already in short supply.

There has to be a better way.

Simple, smart legal procurement solutions

Lawcadia’s web-based Platform helps you streamline and refine your legal procurement process and get more value for your legal spend - without the hard work.



Manage your matters from the one accessible location, work across devices and communicate effectively and productively with your in-house team and law firms - wherever they are in the world



Work on unlimited matters with multiple firms in multiple jurisdictions. Work together to manage scope, set expectations and achieve quality outcomes



Approach legal procurement from a new perspective. Intuitive, user friendly tools for legal teams in the government, infrastructure, financial services, insurance and not-for-profit sectors

Announcing the Legal Procurement Forum Asia-Pacific: 23rd August 2017

Lawcadia, an Australian legaltech startup, and the international legal procurement trade organisation the Buying Legal Council, today announced the Legal Procurement Forum Asia-Pacific, a one-day conference, will be held on 23rd…

Queensland Business Monthly: Online lawyers and digital disruption is shaking up the legal profession

Note: This article was published by The Courier Mail, with the original article here. In Brisbane CBD, top barristers charge $50,000 for expert opinion. Just a few blocks away is a start-up using algorithms to…

Buying Legal Council Conference Call with Pier D’Angelo: Pricing

We invite in-house counsel, legal operations and procurement professionals involved in the buying of legal services to the next Buying Legal Council APAC conference call with Pier D’Angelo, Chief Pricing and Practice Officer at Allens on Wednesday, 7 June 2017 at 10am AEST.  

Legal Procurement Awards for the Best Industry Initiatives

The Buying Legal Council have announced the 2017 Legal Procurement Awards!   The Buying Legal Council, the international trade organization for legal procurement, has announced the launch of the first ever Legal Procurement Awards. The goal is to identify and acknowledge the best industry…

Features that deliver measurably better results

Streamlined RFP Process

Create a framework for the management of all of your legal engagements, from the simplest to the most complex of matters

Panel management

Manage your existing panels or create new ones tailored to your needs

Scope control

Set matter scope, articulate assumptions and manage changes with simple tools

Fee management

Gain visibility over your fees and stay on top of in-scope, out-of-scope and WIP reporting

Data collection

Collect and store relevant, matter specific data for long-term analysis and review

Reporting and insights

Use data to influence decision making and critically assess your legal spend with sophisticated reports and analytics

Performance evaluation

Evaluate your law firms at the end of each matter against a set of standard or tailored KPIs

User-friendly tools

View and manage your matters through user-friendly, intuitive dashboards

Dedicated client partner

Get the technical and sales support you need, whenever you need it

A key role of a general counsel is to negotiate scope and fees with legal services providers and ensure they adhere to agreed fee arrangements. The only tools that I currently have to manage that are my relationships, which I shouldn’t have to rely on.

Trevor Jeffords

General Counsel, Compare The Market, Brisbane

GCs are under increasing pressure to control costs, justify legal spend and increase transparency. The Platform will give GCs a powerful tool to be able to do this.

Peter Workman

Partner, PwC Legal, London

This de-personalises the experience for the client. It can be awkward asking people that you have a good relationship with for fee quotes and having to deal with any issues or disputes that arise, so anything that depersonalises that experience is a good thing.

Todd Barlow

Managing Director, Washington H Soul Pattinson, Sydney

We are supportive of the concept. It promotes a genuine meritocracy. We back ourselves against anyone, and for us, the more transparency the better.

Adrian Smith

Partner, McCullough Robertson, Sydney

A very exciting 'legaltech' startup that is going to make big waves changing the way companies find, engage and manage law firms. Watch this company!

Andrew Porter

Managing Director - Australia, World First, Sydney

Anything that standardises the legal procurement process and allows you to showcase your sector and practice line expertise is a benefit for the legal industry.

Andrew Stott

Partner, Olswang Asia, Singapore

It is in our interest that there is someone capable helping clients compare apples with apples when choosing external counsel.


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Find out more, download one of our publications

Lawcadia's Guide to Legal Procurement

Lawcadia's Guide to Legal Procurement

Find out how legal procurement is changing the way companies source legal services

ebook: Introduction to Legal Procurement Australasia

ebook: Introduction to Legal Procurement Australasia

An introduction to legal procurement for the procurement professional

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