Norling Law

Norling Law
NZ Lawyer Innovative Firms 2020

Since its inception in 2015, Norling Law has been focused on innovating in the way it communicates with current and prospective clients.

The firm puts in significant effort in growing its presence online across various channels, educating prospective clients about their options at no cost through social media and advertising. This value-based marketing can also be seen in the firm’s various publications, including books on directors’ risks, insolvency and restructuring, shareholder disputes, and construction. The firm also produces video content and podcasts and offers a free 30-minute legal consultation, which can be booked via the firm’s website.

Norling Law also leverages technology for document automation, workflows, and cloud technology, enabling its lawyers to work with clients from anywhere in the world and keep operations paperless. Also contributing to the firm’s success is the introduction of the fixed cost model for its large variety of litigation. Its established relationship with litigation funders, meanwhile, allows the firm to assist clients with limited financial means to secure an ability to litigate. No English? No problem! Norling Law has solicitors who are fluent in English, Chinese, Russian, and Arabic.

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