LawVu joins Jameson Legal’s tech consortium

LawVu has joined Jameson Legal’s tech consortium, as the New Zealand-founded legal workflow vendor looks to expands its presence in EMEA, we can reveal.

Jameson Legal Tech, which has been compared with the likes of LexFusion and Reynen Court, helps to connect in-house and private practice buyers with the right legal tech solutions, while its recruitment arm helps fill technology and sales roles across the legal market. It’s existing partnerships to date include Robin AI, Righthub, Henchman, Justikal, LinkSquares, NetDocuments, Spellbook and Docubee.

LawVu offers corporate legal teams a wide range of modular SaaS solutions from matter management to contract lifecycle management. In October last year it bolstered its UK presence by adding Dan Morley to the team as director of partnerships for UK and EMEA. Morley was previously a legal department consultant at PwC.

Speaking to Legal IT Insider, Darren Kantor, global head of Jameson Legal Tech, said: “We have looked at a lot of legal workflow solutions and these guys have a great solution. We have shown it to clients that are already umming and ahhing about other solutions and when they see LawVu, they say it’s a no brainer. The fact that they have different modules also means that clients might be in the market for CLM but end up taking the full solution and the feedback has been great.”

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