We combine legal know-how with other capabilities, to provide solutions law firms historically couldn’t.
Supporting clients with managing their legal teams
Supporting clients use of legal tech
Providing curated content, digitally
Automated legal assessments, standard inputs
Hosting client information
We have re-engineered the way we offer and deliver conventional legal services. This work and those who support it are across all of our markets and practice areas. It is based on the breaking of work into its component parts and redesigning process; re-examining who delivers against each step of the process, and layering in technology where appropriate. Based on this approach, we seek to leverage data insights, and examine how our services can be commercially packaged.
Legal service delivery
Legal project management
Integrating project managers and project management disciplines in the delivery of legal work
Using specialist resource managers, systematic skills mapping, and work allocation techniques, to optimise team structure and matter delivery
Organising our commercial propositions around client needs, ensuring we capture the benefits of new delivery methods
Incorporating process design and continuous improvement in our delivery of legal work
Applying design principles to how we present, share and deliver work internally and with clients
Automating repeatable tasks, like contract generation, workflow, and basic analysis
Machine learning / AI
Using machine learning to sort information or find document provisions
Enabling teams to work together and share information more effectively
Analytics and visualisations
Presenting & analysing information
Systems that enable building a variety of applications
Legal as a strategic business partner
Following a period of hyper growth and in preparation for a planned IPO, the client’s legal department had more than doubled in size and the GC anticipated significant further growth in the year ahead.
Outsourced review of NDAs for a busy legal department
A global financial institution’s legal team was struggling to focus on the strategic priorities of the business due to a large amount of time-consuming business-as-usual (BAU) work.