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20 June 2017

CEO, Warwick Walsh talks about the Legal Procurement Forum Asia-Pacific

Lawcadia’s CEO and Founder, Warwick Walsh, talks candidly about the upcoming Legal Procurement Forum Asia-Pacific 2017:   “This conference is on Wednesday, 23 August and will be hosted KPMG, the host sponsor of the event. This year the Legal Procurement Forum is going to focus on two topics: 1. Scoping & pricing 2. Transformation & change management…

Insight
19 June 2017

Pricing is not a dirty word

If there’s one thing lawyers hate talking about, it’s money. But as pricing pressure on firms increases, the conversation is no longer simply one they need to have, but one they need to start. Here’s why pricing is a topic the legal industry can’t afford to ignore. Price vs Value   According to ALPMA/InfoTrack’s 2016…

Insight
6 June 2017

The legal brain drain – Why are women deserting the legal industry?

With the appointment of Susan Kiefel as the first female Chief Justice of the High Court, it’s clear women in the legal industry don’t lack for inspiration or strong role models. Or do they? With data from the Women Lawyer’s Association of NSW revealing the number of women in partnership at law firms has stalled…

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1 June 2017

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 August 2017, hosted by KPMG in Sydney. Leading experts from London, Vancouver and New York, along with local opinion leaders, will share progressive approaches…

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31 May 2017

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 prepare legal briefs for just a few hundred dollars in a move threatening to shake up the entire profession. Lawyers…