LOD

LOD
NZ Lawyer Innovative Firms 2020

LOD, with its network of more than 200 NZ lawyers and risk and compliance professionals, has continued to disrupt the provision of traditional legal services, and now R&C services, with a number of initiatives.

This includes an event series, called Life With Law, which provided lawyers a forum for finding inspiration and ideas about life and work. This firm is now cooking up an event for NZLS focusing on mental health issues in the legal profession.   

LOD’s in-house legal teams have also been provided with the LOD365 technology solution, allowing the teams and their IT people using Office 365 to work on the same Microsoft products they are used to, at no additional subscription costs.   

LOD’s agile business model, meanwhile, allows the firm to provide high-quality legal services for a lower cost than traditional law firms. The same model gives LOD staff the option for part time, flexible, and remote working. 

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