The leading organisations supporting the legal profession in Australia and NZ for 2023

35 legal service providers were named as the best support partners the profession could have

The leading organisations supporting the legal profession in Australia and NZ for 2023

The winners of this year’s Service Provider Awards, jointly presented by Australasian Lawyer and NZ Lawyer, have spurred transformation across the legal landscape, adapting at lightning speed to what the profession needs in order to stay ahead of the curve.

For instance, Service Provider Awardee Harriss Wagner, headquartered in Sydney, bolsters its top-to-bottom line results through the use of modern technology.

“We understand change is happening rapidly, and we have to be ahead of the curve, or at least on the edge with what’s happening with new technologies and modern practices across the globe in this industry”, managing partner Robert Wagner said. “Our investment in research provides us with greater richness in the value proposition we can offer our clients”.

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Meanwhile, fellow awardee Altitude Recritment is a New Zealand-based legal matchmaker that has a strong track record of connecting firms with the right people.

“I’ve got a 100% retention rate for candidates placed, so I know I’m getting it right”, founder and managing director Louise Hall-Strutt said. “I’m not interested in just filling roles. It’s about finding someone who will be a perfect fit for the role, fit in well and help the client build their business”.

Joining Harriss Wagner and Altitude Recruitment on the list of esteemed legal service providers are iManage and Wolters Kluwer.

To find out which legal service providers also made the cut, the full list of winners can be found here.

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