AMK Law

AMK Law
Innovative Firms 2020

AMK Law, a boutique law firm that offers indigenous Australians a pathway to a better legal position, currently works with the latest technologies to deliver efficient and flexible legal services.

The firm leverages technology in legal services through the use of:

  • Action Step, a cloud-based legal management software that helps the firm manage the trust account and work collaboratively from anywhere securely;
  • Calendly, for online appointment scheduling;
  • Asana, for team planning, managing, and tracking the firm’s projects;       
  • Process Street, for checklist and workflow for accounts, business development process, sales qualification, conflict of interest, and legal matters including workflow for business and litigation matters;       
  • Pipedrive, to manage the firm’s leads; and
  • AI-powered Autom.io; to assist the team on its day-to-day work by drafting legal documents.    

AMK Law also launched Boost Legal Templates to give back to the community. For every template sold, a young person in a remote indigenous community will receive 10 days of computer education to develop his IT and English literacy skills.

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