ALM unveils shortlist for the Legal Innovation Awards

Addleshaw Goddard and Dentons are among the most shortlisted law firms at this year’s Legal Innovation Awards, unveiled by ALM today (21 March). Both firms are in the running for the Disruptive Technology of the Year award, which also sees DLA Piper, ECIJA, PwC Legal, Watson Farley & Williams, and Winston Solicitors nominated. Addleshaws has nominations for eight awards in total, while Dentons has been shortlisted for five. Also featuring highly are DLA Piper and Bird & Bird with four nominations each, and Slaughter and May with three.

On the vendor sign, those in the running for the disruptive technology crown are Aderant, Gavel, Henchman, iManage, Luminance and NetDocuments. Excellence in Litigation & Data Science will be decided between Gavel, Opus 2 and Solomonic. The Product of the Year category sees contenders Aderant, BigHand, Clyde & Co, D2 Legal Technology, Fulcrum GT, Gavel, and Henchman shortlisted. Product of the Year will be decided between ContractPodAi, Juro, Laurel, Legl and NetDocuments.

The in-house categories include ‘Best Transformation Project by an In-house Team’ and ‘Future of Legal Services Innovation – In-house Legal Operations.’ Manchester United is nominated for both categories, as is Polish pharma giant Zaklady Farmaceutyczne POLPHARMA.

Legal IT Insider’s editor Caroline Hill is one of the judges who will be helping to decide the winners. The event will be held in London on May 23, 2024. You can find the shortlist in full here: