Added29th September 2015 by Riverview LawRiverview Law

Riverview Law launches prototyping consultancy for in-house legal

Riverview Law has today launched a prototyping consultancy to help in-house counsel evolve their legal operating model and develop their own scalable automated processes for legal work. Aimed at large global corporations and mid-sized companies, the consultancy enables customers to build an end-to-end technology-led solution to address their legal needs. Crucially, it will take just four weeks to create a live ‘proof of concept’. The consultancy uses Riverview Law’s proven technology, legal expertise and implementation model to create a solution that encompasses instruction management, triage, case management and document creation, along with activity, quality and risk reporting. The end result is an operating model that ensures legal work is undertaken by the right people, in the right place, in the right way, at the right time and at the right price, whether that work is undertaken in-house or by external providers. It also enables in-house legal functions to establish a clearer understanding as to how technology, workflow automation, reporting and data visualisations can help make their function more effective and efficient on a sustainable basis. This latest development follows Riverview Law’s recent acquisition of CliXLEX, which allowed it to expand its R&D and Client Management Centre in Bridgewater, New Jersey and its partnership with the University of Liverpool to leverage the university’s Artificial Intelligence expertise. Karl Chapman, Chief Executive of Riverview Law, says: “Most businesses are, or are becoming, technology-led. Riverview Law is no exception to this. However, on its own being a technology-led business, from automation and visualisations through to Artificial Intelligence, is of limited value without legal domain expertise. “Riverview Law handles thousands of matters every year for global corporations, mid-sized and fast-growing businesses. We are excited by this addition to our service offering, which we are launching following demand from customers and after running a number of these prototyping sessions with global corporations. The results delivered in four weeks always exceed expectations.”