Protecting the Confidentiality, Integrity & Availability of Sensitive Legal Proceedings

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 9 November 2022

Law In Order wanted to transition its eHearings services onto the cloud.  We needed a cloud service provider that could satisfy four key criteria. Highly secure environment, enable rapid set-up with the continuity of proceedings being essential, redundancy and government experience. 

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Benefits of Digitisation in the Legal Profession

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 7 November 2022

The legal profession is one that has been largely resistant to change. For years, the way things were done was the way they were always done, and there was no incentive to rock the boat. However, with the advent of digitisation, that is all starting to change. Digitisation is the process of converting information into a digital format. This can be anything from scanned documents to PDFs to digital audio files.

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A Team Effort to Tackle a Huge Discovery Project

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 7 November 2022

Law In Order, Relativity and the National Justice Project (NJP) teamed up to work on a number of related cases focused on whether or not the Australian government owes a duty of care to people who are detained in offshore processing centres—specifically regarding standards of medical care for refugees and asylum seekers detained on Nauru.

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Gain Control over Document Review

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 August 2022

Outsourcing document review is an unparalleled strategy increasingly being used by lawyers, in-house legal teams, and law firms allowing them to focus on what matters most – core legal work.

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Four Key Trends in eDiscovery for 2022

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 July 2022

Technology gives legal professionals the option to collaborate via apps, work remotely and better manage the information needed for their cases. 

Cloud-based solutions make it easier to collect important information through streamlined workflows while decreasing litigation costs.

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A Scalable, Flexible Approach to Investigations

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 June 2022

Modern investigations are changing rapidly, with challenges in data volume, complexity, diversity and scarce resources forming a perfect storm threatening to blow away investigative processes not optimised for modern challenges.

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Is End-to-End Outsourcing the Answer to Talent Shortages?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 June 2022

With a perfect storm brewing of talent shortages, industry growth and lagging innovation, what can law firms do to retain and attract talent, embrace innovation and get the resources they need only when they need it? Flexible, Scalable, end-to-end outsourced legal support may be the answer.

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Managing Confidentiality in a Virtual Trial

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 10 May 2022

Nicholas Wilson, Global eHearings Lead Consultant

Law In Order were approached by the law firms involved in a high profile case to determine whether we could assist facilitating an eTrial. The matter was proposed to be conducted either virtually, hybrid or in-person depending on the circumstances at the time.

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Electronic Jury Book Solution

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 April 2022

The legacy of the pandemic has seen significant change across all industries as everyone has adapted to the ‘new normal’. This is particularly the case in the legal profession. In a very real desire to continue supporting clients, legal teams have embraced new technology solutions at a greatly accelerated rate.

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WFH and COVID Challenges: New Innovations

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 March 2022

The effects of COVID-19 and remote working are greatly affecting how legal teams are functioning. Law In Order has been leading the way with innovations that address the challenges and difficulties this has presented for eDiscovery with the increasing emergence of new forms of data and for eHearings with courts and hearing rooms being temporarily closed.

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