The best legal service providers in Australia and New Zealand revealed

Australasian Lawyer crowns 35 service providers who are vital assets to the legal profession

The best legal service providers in Australia and New Zealand revealed

The COVID-19 pandemic transformed the traditional-minded legal profession into one that came to appreciate the role of automation and digitalisation in enabling its continued operation. From supporting service delivery in law firms and organisations to ensuring that court proceedings kept going, legal service providers became key to the industry.

Some providers expanded on their existing offerings, capitalising on the increased use of Microsoft apps and communications platforms like Zoom. In some cases, lawyers and law firms themselves took their understanding of what people in the profession needed and set about meeting those needs themselves.  

Products and services that have become available to the profession in recent years range from document automation software to recruitment. The former has not only enabled lawyers to keep doing what they do best, but also to do it even better than before; meanwhile, the latter has been able to help firms and organisations develop creative solutions to staffing concerns,

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The 35 winners of the Service Provider Awards 2022 stood out in a pool of high-quality candidates collated over a nomination period that opened in February. Our inaugural batch of leading service providers across Australia and New Zealand’s legal professions include:

To get the full lowdown of which organisations made the cut, click here!

 

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