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Curated legal content, tailored to the needs of your organisation, with digital delivery services designed to integrate with your internal processes.
Organisations are required to manage and mitigate legal risks across many practice areas and jurisdictions. The challenge of establishing a comprehensive understanding of what is required by a multitude of laws of regulations is compounded because laws are constantly evolving. Information about these changes comes from disparate sources through delivery mechanisms not designed for the modern business and without the accompanying analysis, interpretation, and structure necessary to assess the impact.
NRF provides curated legal content, tailored to the needs of the organisation, with digital delivery services designed to integrate with your internal processes.
NRF’s global network offers unrivalled coverage and local expertise
Clear, tailored guidance that explains what you need to do next
Digital delivery, rich in functionality to meet your workflow requirements
How we are helping our clients
IBOR Transition for global banks
Completing a review and repapering exercise, covering many thousands of commercial financial agreements
Designing a global bank’s legal technology strategy
A legal technology strategy to align and effectively support the wider legal team
Latest news and insights
Document Automation - how can it help you?
Document Automation is a technology product for automating the contracting experience,. There are many types of technology on the market and over 240 technology products – in future articles we will discuss some of these products and how we can add value to your client.
Legal Geek 2021
Our Head of Innovation, Jeremy Coleman, explored ‘3 Truths and 1 Lie’, a discussion around onboarding technology in law firms alongside Tara Waters (Ashurst) and Anthony Vigneron (Clifford Chance) at Legal Geek’s Conference this month.
What is legal design?
Those of us practicing (and evangelizing about the benefits of) legal design are all agreed that it is the application of design-thinking and human-centred design practices to legal. It is a disciplined way to introduce creativity to the challenges we face in law and maintain a business focus as well as a human-centred one.