What is NewLaw?
Continuous innovation is the hallmark of a NewLaw firm.
This term seems to be a buzzword at the moment, but really, NewLaw is simply a new way of thinking – whether that is as to how we price our services, how we drive efficiency within the firm via the use of high technology and how we manage our team.
So How do we Help You ?
Because we are a tech law firm (NewLaw), we serve most of our clients online allowing us to reach you countrywide and overseas, wherever you are or come from.
What do we mean by ‘cutting edge technology’?
It means we create advanced legal documents in minutes, not hours and days. We are powered by legal automation technology built by lawyers who have worked with some of the largest law firms in the country. Most documents in our suite can be produced in under 20 minutes.
The services then become more cost-effective for our clients.
What is our Source of Knowledge?
Oceania Legal background and proven expertise come from working in leading commercial law firms and in-house at blue-chip multinationals in Australia and across the world.
This is a powerful set of complete business, commercial and corporate skills that we are proud to use to assist you.
Besides our cutting-edge technology, we utilize the best and most powerful legal databases just like any other ‘many partners’ firm. We are proud to count with the wisdom and experience of leading expert professionals who gravitate around us and act as ad hoc consultants whenever a project requires. Just like a ‘many partners’ firm. But a little more flexible and perhaps, more agile.
As we said, a win-win partnership, always.
Why don’t we need a ‘many partners’ model?
Does one, in order to provide effective and intelligent professional services, need to be tied up to a large mob of peers within one single financial structure business model?
In our business model, we seek to divert from structures with high costing, slow moving, hard-to-change internal systems that not necessarily benefit our clients.
Many of those structures from the past seem to perpetuate an equity and profit holding model which, in our view, facilitates the status quo and at times nourishing inflexible and helpless professional services environments.