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Legal Innovation on a shoestring: How to innovate on a budget

By Verity Checklist / August 5, 2018

Legal teams must cut costs. But how can you innovate with no time and no money? In this article, I share some ideas and tips on how to innovate your legal work with little to no extra funding. The article originally appeared in The Australian Corporate Lawyer, Volume 28, Issue 2 (Winter 2018). This post has all

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Sneaky hidden pre-filled email code for absolute beginners

By Verity Checklist / March 1, 2018

Do you ever wish you could write other people’s emails for them? Perhaps you get requests that come through with missing information or unclear details? Maybe you want to direct certain requests to another person, but you don’t want that person to get lump with lots of unclear requests. There is a way to fix

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Productivity Tools for Lawyers: The tools I use

By Verity Checklist / February 11, 2018

The right tool can make a big difference. You can’t easily hammer a nail with a spoon and it’s hard to eat cereal with a hammer. There are lots of productivity tools and helpful apps out there for lawyers. At Checklist Legal we have tried lots of them and have our favourites. We’ve written about lots

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Make technology your teammate: Legal tech skills you need to stay in the game

By Verity Checklist / January 29, 2018

With technology a key player in your legal team, you can deliver incredible value and legal service to your business whilst enriching your legal career and ensuring its longevity. This article originally appeared in The Australian Corporate Lawyer, Volume 28, Issue 4 (Summer 2017). This post has all the links to the sources and technologies mentioned in the article.

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Where are our mobile optimised contracts?

By Verity Checklist / July 4, 2016

We’re constantly glued to our mobile phones around the world. I love that I can have my phone (fully charged) and be entertained or work or research easily from almost anywhere. So why haven’t we optimised contracts for our mobiles yet? 

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