Mills Oakley has been firing on all innovation cylinders the last 18 months, launching a number of exciting initiatives. The firm has partnered with Swinburne University Legal Futures Lab to “gain cutting edge technical expertise in areas such as computer science, block chain, software and design methodology.” Additionally, their new Accelerator 2.0 process, whereby staff and partners propose their own ideas for development, looks to “client-centric innovation” – “every idea addresses a particular client ‘pain point’ and proposes a solution that will make life easier for the client.” These initiatives, combined with Mills Oakley’s investment in other legally-related start-ups, should keep them in good stead in this rapidly developing legal landscape.

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