Law In Order was proud to once again be awarded Best Legal Service Provider for Legal Technology.
The Awards spotlight the providers that are delivering the most effective and transformative solutions across areas such as legaltech; legal services; litigation support and consulting; recruiting, staffing and outsourcing; and ADR and mediation.
Law In Order Once Again Wins Legal Technology Service Provider Award
In 2023, Law In Order clinched the prestigious Australasian Lawyer Legal Technology Supplier Award for the second consecutive year. We're excited about our role in shaping the future of legal services through cutting-edge technologies, particularly in transforming the eDiscovery and Document Review Legal Tech landscape.
Our flexible and scalable eDiscovery services, featuring Relativity and apps built on RelativityOne, empower clients to significantly reduce the time, cost, and scope of discoveries. Law In Order's expert eDiscovery consultants are adept at addressing discovery challenges head-on.
Clients control the process by utilising our online document review solutions. They can seamlessly manage information through collaborative tools and powerful search techniques. We excel in mitigating risks associated with identifying, collecting, and analysing electronic data, presenting electronic evidence effortlessly in court-approved formats. Our support extends to all formats, including Relativity, Nuix Discover, and Concordance.
In 2023, we made waves in the eDiscovery landscape with groundbreaking innovations such as eDiscoTECH™, PDFPrimer™, Aconex Data Collector, Relativity SmartDeduper App, Relativity EDRM MIH app, and various apps created based on Azure Cognitive services.
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About the Awards
The 2023 Australasian Lawyer and NZ Lawyer Awards spotlight providers who deliver the most effective and transformative solutions across areas such as legaltech; legal services; litigation support and consulting; recruiting, staffing and outsourcing; and ADR and mediation.
The editorial and research teams reviewed the vendors’ submissions. Nominees were evaluated mainly on the strength and process of their service delivery, with the most important factor being how these providers made legal professionals’ lives more efficient through their products and services. The judges also considered the providers’ innovativeness and R&D commitment.