Co-Founded by experienced property lawyer Judith Hammerschlag, Contrax is an all-in-one property sale contract management platform. It combines all the sale of contract reviews, negotiations and communications that happen with all the parties involved in a conveyance all on the one platform, resulting in the conveyance process being streamlined and the risk of miscommunication and mistakes being minimised. With no hidden fees, a flat fee structure and contract review turnarounds in less than 24 hours, Contrax is a costs and time saver for everyone involved! Head here to learn more https://contrax.com.au/
Juel is an Aussie fintech helping litigants across all areas of disputes be able to live through litigation by providing financial support. Litigation can be expensive and time-consuming, and it can often impact all aspects of a person's life, including their loved ones too. What makes Juel different to other litigation funders is that in addition to financing the legal costs for the entire term of the litigation, they also finance personal living expenses, delays in receiving compensation, and also providing working capital where a business’s cashflow is impacted, helping litigants achieve a fair outcome. To learn more head to https://juel.com.au
Laura Keily, Founder/CEO of Australian Legal Tech juggernaut, Immediation, has announced the securement of an additional AUD$5million in funding to continue their rapid expansion in to the US and EMEA markets. Immediation is an end-to-end dispute resolution platform that includes dispute case management, evidence management, digital hearings, legal video collaboration, and drafting software. Having raised a total of AUD$19 million in investment and grant funding since March 2017, Immediation has launched in the US, UK and Asia over the last 6 months, and will now be expanding even further with this exciting announcement. Head here to read more -
The Women of Australian Legal Technology Association (WALTA) are creating a free downloadable ePlaybook to support and empower women starting legal technology companies. Harnessing the incredible knowledge, expertise and talent of the WALTA Community, the ePlaybook features 10 Chapters, with sections on how to start, build, scale and 'go global' with your legaltech company. Due for publication at the end of the year, the purpose of this initiative is to help women legaltech founders accelerate their startup journey and connect them with valuable resources and experts. If you would like to support, contribute or sponsor this fantastic initiative, head to https://alta.law/walta/resource-hub/
Dr Allan McCay from the University of Sydney Law School has published a brilliant overview of the implications and impact neurotechnologies could have on the law and the legal profession. This world-first report commissioned by the Law Society of England and Wales discusses how this technology could be applied to monitoring criminal offenders and lawyers in the future, dissecting legal questions such as the right to 'brain privacy’ and whether the technology could be used by law firms as a way to monitor the brains of their lawyers working on files. To read more, head to https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2022/08/09/how-brain-monitoring-tech-advances-could-change-the-law.html to read more.