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Digital Platform Revolutionising the Way we Store and Share Estate Planning Documents
WillBits is a digital platform that encrypts and securely stores Wills, Powers of Attorney and Advance Care Directives, whilst also enabling simple and secure sharing of documents between all authorised stakeholders in the estate planning process.  Founded by Elle Vallance and Tobias Crush after a family member suffering dementia fell victim to elder abuse, Willbits provides a 21st century solution to law firms without the physical safe required!  A central national digital register and repository, Willbits also enables electronic signing of documents that is legislation compliant. To learn more about this incredible platform, head to www.willbits.com.
14 March 2021 by Karen Finch
 
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LegalTech a blessing
LegalTech has made life easier for lawyers in the last few years. They are able to provide assistance to clients no matter where they are based and the flexibility is what makes it so unique. Moreover, it is also very cost efficient and chances of profits are high for the law firm. Who would have thought technology and law could be combined to create a powerful tool 4 decades ago and this is what's so unique about 21st century. The opportunities are immense and the possibilities endless.
10 March 2021 by Niloy Bal
 
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Reinventing Accessibility to Social Justice
Everyday Justice is a philanthropic initiative funded and owned by Australian law firm, Mills Oakley.  Designed to help peopl
2 March 2021 by Karen Finch
 
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Legal Tech Supporting Renters during COVID-19
Anika Legal is a free online legal service that helps Victorian renters make rental repair and COVID-19 rental relief applications, using the research skills of law students supervised by a qualified team of lawyers.  Created at the Melbourne Global Legal Hackathon, Anika’s 6 founders were then selected to participate in the final of the New York Global Legal Hackathon in 2018.  Since Anika’s launch in 2019, the platform has helped over 120 tenants obtain rental repairs, 115 people negotiate rental relief due to COVID-19, and have hired 34 law students. To find out more, head to https://anikalegal.com
22 February 2021 by Karen Finch
 
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Tech solving Legal Injustice in the USA
Upsolve was founded by Rohan Pavulari and Jonathan Petts as a way to assist low-income families who can’t afford legal fees to file for bankruptcy in the USA on their own.  A not-for profit funded by government and donors such as Harvard University, Upsolve uses an online web app that was built and designed using the expertise of  bankruptcy attorneys.  Upsolve’s nonprofit tool guides users through the process of filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy forms, whilst providing free educational resources and support services along the way.  To learn more, head to https://upsolve.org/
15 February 2021 by Karen Finch
 
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The Future of Dispute Resolution is Immediate….the future is Immediation
Voted ‘Best Legal Tech’ at the 2020 Startup and Innovation Awards, Immediation is redefining the way courts, tribunals and law
5 February 2021 by Karen Finch
 
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