News
1 August 2017

Lawcadia announces new Client Partner, Jason Macarthur

Lawcadia’s CEO & Founder, Warwick Walsh, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Macarthur as Client Partner based in Sydney. “Jason Macarthur is a commercial and legal professional with over 20 years in ASX-listed operations, the not-for-profit sector, media and the law.  He brings a unique combination of legal, consulting and operational expertise to…

Insight
14 July 2017

Looking to the future of the legal industry

Lawcadia’s Platform Manager and legaltech expert, Zachary Kominar is going to be mentoring students at the Disrupt Law event in Brisbane, run by The Legal Forecast and QUT Starters. Zach (official first employee at Lawcadia!) leads a team of 4 full-time developers and with a unique background in both IT, law and legaltech experience, Zach brings a unique…

Insight
3 July 2017

5 steps to effective legal procurement

With a history stretching as far back as 3000 B.C. and the construction of the pyramids in Ancient Egypt, procurement’s hardly the new kid on the block. But despite its longevity, for many industries – legal in particular – it’s considered a process for the sourcing and purchasing of physical goods and materials, not professional…

News
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…