Annual list recognises most innovative law firms in Australia

25 firms from across the legal profession have been recognised for their commitment to innovation

Annual list recognises most innovative law firms in Australia

Australasian Lawyer has released its 2019 Innovative Law Firms list, recognising 25 of the most innovative law firms across the country that are reimagining the law of business.

From embracing new business models and developing useful technology, to the prevalence of artificial intelligence and innovation cultures that bring in ideas from all corners of their firms, today’s innovators are squaring up to the unknown future.

“With rapid developments in legal technology and an environment focused on cost, the call for changes has never been more resounding and urgent,” said the team at Australasian Lawyer. “Australia’s law firms have responded and this list proves how the industry is actively pushing itself beyond the comfort of existing business models and even disrupting their own models from within to better service their clients.”

Congratulations to the following firms (in alphabetical order):

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