NZ Lawyer Innovative Firms 2019

Since the 1990s Kensington Swan has realised the necessity and opportunity of automating and streamlining their processes. Improved processes and methodologies are being implemented, team-by-team, with the eventual goal of a completely integrated system. Automated collection of data, analysis of data, document production, and digital signatures – to name just a few steps – are being integrated into a full suite of processes that can be adapted to different tasks. In doing so KS has been able to combat the perception that robotics will replace young lawyers’ jobs, instead realising a vision where robotics augments the efficiency of work and frees up lawyers to engage in more creative and high-level outputs.

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