NZ Lawyer Innovative Firms 2019

NZ Lawyer has released its 2019 Innovative Law Firms list, recognising 15 firms across the country at the forefront of innovation.

NZ Lawyer Innovative Firms 2019

NZ Lawyer has released its 2019 Innovative Law Firms list, recognising 15 firms across the country at the forefront of innovation.

From pioneering technology through to the implementation of new team structures or fresh ways of working with clients, the firms on this list are not afraid to embrace change and drive the legal profession forward.

Areas of innovation covered by this year’s winners include new products, service and delivery, business models, processes, marketing and technology.

CHAPMAN TRIPP AND ZEREN

CHAPMAN TRIPP AND ZEREN

ICLAW CULLINEY PARTNERS

ICLAW CULLINEY PARTNERS

JUNO LEGAL

JUNO LEGAL

K3 LEGAL

K3 LEGAL

KENSINGTON SWAN

KENSINGTON SWAN

LEXVOCO LIMITED

LEXVOCO LIMITED

MINTERELLISONRUDDWATTS

MINTERELLISONRUDDWATTS

MORRIS LEGAL

MORRIS LEGAL

NORLING LAW

NORLING LAW

POTTER IP

POTTER IP

PRESTIGE LAW

PRESTIGE LAW

SIMMONDS STEWART

SIMMONDS STEWART

SIMPSON GRIERSON

SIMPSON GRIERSON

TOMPKINS WAKE

TOMPKINS WAKE

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