Innovative legal technology company, Lawcadia, has released a new offering for law firms to help them attract new clients, win more work, and improve efficiencies.

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With corporate and Government clients facing downward budget pressures and increased legal and regulatory demands, just providing legal advice is no longer sufficient. Law firms must demonstrate and embrace efficiency, digital transformation, transparent budget communication, information security and provide tailored client reporting.

“With digital innovation now a mandate, law firms are grappling with how to deliver practical initiatives that make a valuable impact for their clients,” said Lawcadia CEO and Founder, Warwick Walsh.

In response to the challenges faces by law firms, Lawcadia, a unique two-sided legal operations platform, has developed solutions that focus on three areas:

  • Generate new business: Law firms can now build solutions using an intelligent workflow automation engine, showcasing and embedding their legal expertise, knowledge and intellectual property for selected practice areas
  • Collaborate securely with clients: A new Client Collaboration Workspace allows law firms and their clients to share documents, matter updates, tasks, messages and even Gantt charts
  • Client-focused solutions: Law firms can offer tailored innovation packages to their clients that utilise highly configurable client intake forms, workflow automation, document automation and BI reporting

Mr Walsh said that this significantly expands the functionality available for law firms and is made possible by Lawcadia Intelligence, the intelligent automation engine that the software-as-a-service innovator launched in October 2020.

Gadens, a national Australian law firm, have already utilised Lawcadia’s intelligent workflow automation to develop the Gadens Breach Manager platform, attracting a number of new financial services clients who are seeking to manage the extensive regulatory regimes and issues facing the industry.

“Drawing on our firm’s deep financial services capability we have been able to leverage Lawcadia’s intelligent legal platform to solve client pain points in new ways and expand our client base,” said Paul Spiro, Chairman of Gadens.

An award-winning legal operations platform, Lawcadia works with corporate and Government legal departments and more than 160 law firms across Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Asia and the North America.

About Lawcadia

Lawcadia is a cloud-based platform that in-house legal teams and their law firms use for matter management, legal intake and triage, and spend management. Utilising Lawcadia IntelligenceÔ, an intelligent automation engine, Lawcadia incorporates no-code automation and logic-based workflows throughout the end-to-end legal operations platform. The entire legal function benefits from streamlined workflows, greater control of their legal budgets, accurate instructions, built-in document automation, collaboration tools, and actionable insights. Lawcadia is headquartered in Australia with clients in Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North America, including corporate and Government legal teams and law firms. For more information about Lawcadia, please visit

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