Practical Law for law firms

From delegating to a graduate to ensuring all lawyers can get up to speed quickly on specialist or unfamiliar areas of law, Practical Law can help your firm achieve operational efficiency and stand out from its competitors.

Practical Law's how-to guides and resources equip you and your team with the practical tools, know-how and insight you need to perform at your peak.

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Peter Butler OAM RFD, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills & Chair, Practical Law - Board of Advisors, shares his insights.

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Our quality starts with our people.

Practical Law's legal writers have practical legal expertise gained from some of Australia's leading law firms. Now their job is to provide practical legal guidance and know-how to you and your team – so that you have more time to focus on offering greater value to your clients.

Tim Perry

Tim Perry has more than 12 years' experience practising at leading law firms in Australia, including Gilbert + Tobin and DLA Piper. Tim's expertise includes advising on public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, joint ventures, restructures, capital raisings, privatisations and other government transactions, corporate governance, directors' duties and commercial contracts.

Michael Milnes

Michael Milnes has extensive legal and commercial experience, practising both as in-house counsel and at leading law firms in Australia, the UK and France. Michael has experience of advising at a strategic and operational level, across a wide range of commercial legal practice, including major contracts, competition and consumer law issues, marketing law, technology, IP and brand protection. Michael is also currently completing a Masters of Business Administration.

Hanna Soderlindh

Hanna Soderlindh has more than 10 years' experience in corporate law, having practised at leading Australian law firms, including Ashurst and Jones Day. She specialises in mergers and acquisitions and a broad range of corporate advisory matters. Hanna also holds a Swedish Master of Laws Degree from Stockholm University.

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Featured Resource Whitepaper: Why Upskilling Junior Lawyers Should be Your Firm's Priority This paper examines the significant benefits to your firm of upskilling and empowering your junior legal staff in an increasingly competitive and disrupted market for legal services. It makes the commercial case for investing more time and financial resources in upskilling your junior lawyers to:
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This paper examines the significant benefits to your firm of upskilling and empowering your junior legal staff in an increasingly competitive and disrupted market for legal services. It makes the commercial case for investing more time and financial resources in upskilling your junior lawyers to:

  • free senior legal staff to focus on more complex and high-value legal work, and business and strategic development
  • boost organisational efficiency
  • improve employee satisfaction, retention and engagement
  • increase intra-firm collaboration and innovation.

We also examine some of the key ways to achieve upskilling of your firm’s junior lawyers and what some of the major law firms are currently doing in this space.


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