Hall & Wilcox partners with Checkbox to drive innovation in the legal industry

Leading independent Australian business law firm Hall & Wilcox has become Checkbox’s first Solutions Partner. This enables Hall & Wilcox to develop quick and effective solutions in the Checkbox platform for in-house legal teams to support them in delivering legal services more efficiently.

Checkbox is a multi-award-winning platform that enables the transformation of rules-based processes and services into decision trees, document automation and workflow software, all without coding. Through the new partnership, Hall & Wilcox will be able to analyse, develop and deliver solutions to their clients and other in-house teams more rapidly.

Hall & Wilcox Director of Client Solutions Peter Campbell said Hall & Wilcox was excited to sign up as the first Solutions Partner with Checkbox.

‘We began working with Checkbox two years ago and appreciate how quickly we can develop solutions in the platform. This new partnership is an endorsement of our approach and capabilities to build and deliver solutions for clients,’ he said.

‘As we grow our legal operations practice, we have come across many in-house teams with great ideas, but they need help with the technology and implementation. Solution Partner status with Checkbox gives us the opportunity to directly help more clients to solve more problems by leveraging our skills and experience, combined with the checkbox product.

‘We are passionate about making the legal sector more efficient and scaling decision-making, workflow and document processes efficiently. Our mantra at Hall & Wilcox is Smarter Law and this partnership is a great example of our Smarter Law deep client engagement approach in action.’

Checkbox CEO Evan Wong said: ‘I’m really excited about this partnership. It’s always about delivering more value to the client. The openness, pragmatism and strong commitment underpinning this relationship makes me very confident of this new offer that is now available to our clients and the broader industry.’


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