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28 Sep 2019
Lawcadia has raised $1.3m in a pre-Series A round.
The round was by backed by number of private investors, as well as Artesian, which that the start-up said is Australia’s largest and most active early-stage venture capital firm. This is one of the first investments of the alternative investments firm in the legal tech space.
09 Mar 2019
Lawcadia has launched Lawcadia Align, an internal matter-management system built specifically with corporate legal teams in mind.
19 May 2018
Lawcadia has been internationally recognised for its work in legal technology.
Changes in the law, projects spanning multiple jurisdictions and increasing pressure to streamline and digitise processes have all combined to create markedly different working environment from that of decades past.
Corporate law departments and the organisations they support are in a business-to-business relationship with their primary law firms. This differs from the professional relationships that in-house counsel have with individual lawyers
25 Sep 2019
Legal technology company Lawcadia has received a $1.3 million capital injection to carry out global expansion and product development plans, building on a platform that is already used by all of Australia’s top-tier law firms.
26 Sep 2019
A Brisbane-based legal technology company has recently raised over $1 million from numerous private investors.
In a pre-Series A round, Lawcadia has raised $1.3 million from a handful of private investors and Australian alternative investments and venture capital firm Artesian – marking one of the firm investments in the legal tech space for Artesian.
20 Sep 2018
As economic conditions continue to bite, GCs all over the world are mandated with doing more with less. But when your headcount is low, how do you ensure standards and service delivery stay high?
20 Mar 2016
As in-house teams come under pressure to cut their external legal spend, pricing certainty is more important than ever, the founder of Lawcadia has said.
Lack of visibility over future legal spend is a real issue for companies, Warwick Walsh, CEO and founder at Lawcadia, told Lawyers Weekly.
29 Jan 2019
As the legal industry’s reliance on technology grows, so does its vulnerability to security attacks. Accordingly, the pressure on legal departments to institute and maintain reliable security processes is also rising.
In her role Sacha draws on over 15 years experience in marketing, brand strategy, innovation and professional consulting experience in Australia and the UK. Lawcadia is a legal technology company with a web-based platform in-house legal teams and their law firms can use to manage projects, matters and spend. We had a great chat about how the business was started, how they have been able to grow internationally, and what the future holds. As a fast growing legal technology company who has made real inroads both in Australia and internationally I was inspired to hear how they backed themselves and have achieved great success.
Warwick is passionate about the lean start up philosophy and we talk in depth about the process of ideation, preparing for entrepreneurship and the multi-faceted skills needed to be a CEO and founder, which differs enormously from what was requires as a corporate lawyer. He shares his insights on building his business, the future of legal careers, mentoring and leadership, and how he applies the principles of Build Measure Learn to all their strategy and products. Unusually his co-founder is also his wife who has a blue chip marketing background and he shares his insights on what it works so well for them and why some investors like it.
Warwick ended a longterm Legal career to pursue a gap in the market that he found during his tenure at a large Legal firm.
This is an inspirational story of a founder that backed himself to be a success in a software startup without any experience in that field whatsoever.
10 may 2017
Congratulations to the innovative team at Lawcadia who have received $500,000 from the Palaszczuk Government’s Business Development Fund (BDF). They are the first legal startup to secure a BDF grant to advance their digital platform for businesses and government departments to find, engage and manage outsourced legal counsel. Already they’ve expanded their Brisbane-based team to 14 and are looking to go global! Already more than 60 law firms are registered on the Lawcadia platform and CEO Warwick Walsh expects that number to at least double in the next 12 months.
05 May 2017
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.
Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur – The next generation of enterprise legal technology
For Warwick Walsh, that reaction was quitting his job and setting up Lawcadia, a company which is changing the way businesses interact with their legal service providers, and can already count Westpac and the Gold Coast City Council among its clients.
8 May 2017
Brisbane-founded legal startup Lawcadia has secured another $500,000 in funding to bring its total investment raised over the past year to $1 million.
The investment comes from the Queensland government’s $40 million Business Development Fund and makes Lawcadia the first legal startup to secure one of its grants.
FORMER high-flying corporate lawyer Warwick Walsh is on a mission to ensure law firms don’t inflict the equivalent of “bill shock” on their clients. Mr Walsh earlier this year started a Brisbane company called Lawcadia that invites lawyers to tender for big cases through a centralised website, replacing the traditional method of laws firms providing an estimate of work that often turns out to be hopelessly wrong.
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