Solictors and barristers can now access our the early release version our annotation feature in eBrief.
The Law Society of NSW recently hosted the inaugural FLIP (Future of Law & Innovation in the Profession) Conference. As might be expected, the conference program delivered a diverse and interesting range of speakers and panels, which covered the spectrum of legal industry players, and the related tech and innovation topics.
Finding the right barrister to brief for a matter can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t brief counsel regularly, or, your location makes it difficult to meet and network with barristers. It may be the case that the barristers you usually brief aren’t available.
We are barrelling toward e-briefing and e-hearings, and surrounding all of this process innovation is a whole heap of jargon, which primarily comes from IT professionals or photocopier companies, sorry guys! One such term which comes up over and over again is OCR. And everyone talks about how OCR is essential for every document, but what is OCR and why is it so important - and what does it mean for lawyers?
Introducing Online Briefs (eBrief)
Finally, an easy way for handling briefs.
Introducing a comprehensive solution that enables a safe and easy electronic circulation of briefs and the documents associated with legal proceedings.