London, 5 May 2022 – SettleIndex, the litigation decision and risk analysis platform, is pleased to announce that it has been chosen as one of five highly vetted projects to join the 2022 LawTech Hub by Lander & Rogers.
Australia’s LawTech Hub was launched in 2019 by multi-award-winning independent law firm, Lander & Rogers who are leading the nation’s legal innovation agenda.
Over the last several years, participants of the LawTech Hub by Lander & Rogers have revolutionised the way that numerous law firms and large corporations do business and the hub has celebrated some of the legal tech space’s most notable success stories including high-dollar acquisitions and unique partnerships with the likes of Thomson Reuters and LexisNexis.
Over a six-month timeframe, SettleIndex will be working to further develop our decision and risk analysis platform for litigation. We’re looking forward to piloting our product and getting real-time feedback and guidance from Lander & Rogers lawyers, tech experts from the firm’s iHub and specialist partners.
Lander & Rogers’ Head of Partnerships, Courtney Blackman said, “Interest in the LawTech Hub by Lander & Rogers was at an all-time high for 2022; we received applications from all corners of Australia, from Silicon Valley, New York, London, Santiago, São Paulo and Dodoma. Scaling the participants down to the select five was a monumental effort and we’re delighted to welcome three legal techs from Australia, one from New York and one from London.”
The 2022 LawTech Hub by Lander & Rogers kicked off at the end of April and will conclude at the end of October.
SettleIndex is a decision and risk analysis platform for litigation, enabling lawyers to create financial models for disputes, visualise case outcomes, monitor case progress and collect structured data on litigation.
ABOUT LANDER & ROGERS
Founded in 1946, Lander & Rogers is one of the few remaining truly independent Australian law firms and is a leader in legal tech innovation through its LawTech Hub.
With offices across the eastern seaboard of Australia, the firm has grown organically resulting in a unified firm with a strong focus on client and staff care.
“We believe legal services involve more than just the law – practical, commercial advice and exceptional client experience are equally important to our clients and to us”, says Genevieve Collins, Chief Executive Partner.
Lander & Rogers advises corporate, government, not-for-profit and private clients in insurance law and litigation, family law, workplace relations and safety, real estate, corporate transactions, commercial disputes and digital & technology.
The firm is global in approach, working closely with a network of leading firms to provide advice to clients, both domestically and abroad. Lander & Rogers is also the exclusive Australian member of the world’s leading independent network of law firms, TerraLex.