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Linklaters is delighted to have been recognised as one of the Financial Times’ top 10 most innovative law firms in Europe and a standout firm in three categories, including multi-disciplinary teams, Diversity & Inclusion and responsible business, at this year’s prestigious FT Innovative Lawyer Awards Europe 2022.
This week’s Legal Innovator Profile is with Greg Baker, Global Head of Practice Innovation at Linklaters.
We see innovative thinking as critical to deliver greater efficiencies and better outcomes. And, with dedicated Innovation Teams in place, we have the skills and the resources to answer a key question: ‘can we do this a better way?
Linklaters has partnered with BRYTER, a no-code automation platform, on a series of global innovation initiatives.
27 October 2021
Linklaters is the first international law firm in the Middle East to offer an online learning experience programme.
15 October 2021
As a high volume but low value contract, NDAs have long been a pain-point for both ourselves and our clients. Linklaters has long supported standardisation and automation in the legal industry, so are delighted to support and contribute to oneNDA – a crowd-sourced, open source NDA that companies can adopt as their own.
5 August 2021
Linklaters is rolling out Atticus, a web-based platform that streamlines the verification of public-facing documents across its London and Hong Kong offices.
11 January 2022
Our engine of change, these teams of lawyers are empowered to make change in their respective practice group sand offices. They have access to a central innovation fund along with resources such as developers and solutions architects to help bring their ideas to life.