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We sat down with Petra Stirling of Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers to talk corporate innovation, ‘technolegals’, and the firm’s work with law startup LegalVision.
Sydney company Mathspace has announced its landing of a deal with the Hong Kong Government through its edutech arm, HKEdCity.
Online law firm LegalVision has been named the Innovator of the Year at the 16th annual Australian Law Awards, hosted by Lawyers Weekly.
Sydney legal startup LegalVision announced today that it has secured $4.2 million in a Series B round to continue its growth in the Australian online legal market. The funding round was led by Gilbert + Tobin (G+T), who have also been responsible for previously investing in LegalVision in November last year.
Australian legal startup LawPath has partnered with global law firm Norton Rose Partners to offer startups and small businesses fixed-price packages through its online platform.
Online legal services startup LegalVision has announced the acquisition of Capacity HQ, a curated marketplace of consultant lawyers.
Sydney based startup LegalVision announced this morning it has just finalised a Series A round of funding to the amount of $1.2 million.
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has recently released a report called Serious Invasions of Privacy in the Digital Era, setting out recommendations to strengthen people’s privacy in the digital environment, including to give victims of serious invasions of digital privacy the right to sue.