Juno Legal

Juno Legal
NZ Lawyer Innovative Firms 2020

Juno Legal, with 24 staff across Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, and Dunedin, operates under a simple, flexible, and efficient service model that helps clients decide the level of service they need and see exactly what the work will cost before it even starts.

Juno creates opportunities for collaboration. It open sources and shares as much of its intellectual property as possible. Paperless and cloud-based, the firm uses a number of technology solutions for project management, information management, collaboration, and finance-related activities. 

The firm also promotes flexibility, allowing its lawyers to choose their own hours and days of work in consultation with clients. And thanks to its egalitarian approach, all staff can contribute to the firm’s strategic plan. Lawyers are also encouraged to think broadly about CPD and identify additional skill sets around the Susskind future legal competencies such as legal project management, legal systems design, and legal technology.    

Juno's remuneration structure promotes initiative and social contribution, with 1% of its profits donated to charity and each team member supporting a different cause close to their heart.      

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