Lawcadia helps corporate and government clients manage all aspects of legal procurement.
Lawcadia provides a structured framework to buying legal services with simple procurement and management solutions for in-house legal teams.
Regardless of your current approach to legal procurement our solutions support data-based decision making that will save money, without compromising service or quality.
Track and manage the performance of your legal panel on a matter by matter basis and make data-based decisions with financial reporting and metrics.
Manage the performance of your legal services providers and easily source alternative providers when entering new markets or for new types of matters.
Create a bespoke panel of legal services providers or manage your existing suppliers. You can also source new providers in current or new markets.
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.
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…
Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment Curtis Pitt today announced Brisbane-based legaltech company Lawcadia has received $500,000 from the Queensland Government’s Business Development Fund. Mr Pitt said the funding will assist Lawcadia expand its legal procurement business, which is…
Make data-based decisions with our structured procurement processes.
Manage an existing panel or create your own panel.
Source alternative suppliers
Find quality law firms in your current market or a new market.
Hold law firms accountable through scope control measures.
Gain visibility over fees including work in progress and out-of-scope.
Reporting and insights
Sophisticated reports and analytics to support data-based decisions.
Hold the law firm accountable at the end of each matter.
A single location to manage all your matters.
Dedicated client partner
We provide technical and sales support for as long as you need.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Partner, Olswang Asia, Singapore
It is in our interest that there is someone capable helping clients compare apples with apples when choosing external counsel.
US-headquartered international law firm, San Francisco
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
An introduction to legal procurement for the procurement professional
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