Pinsent Masons recognised on Australasian Lawyer's 'Innovative Firms 2016' list

16 Dec 2016 | 10:45 am |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has been featured on Australasian Lawyer's 'Innovative Firms 2016' list, which recognises 30 law firms in the region that are actively innovating to keep pace with the changing legal services environment.

Pinsent Masons is recognised for integrating innovation throughout its business. The firm's bespoke artificial intelligence solution TermFrame, cloud-based compliance venture Cerico, and SmartDelivery – an approach to undertaking work efficiently and cost effectively –  are among the initiatives that are highlighted.

Australasian Lawyer identified law firms that are embracing new business models, developing useful technology including artificial intelligence solutions, investing in the start-up sector, and building innovative cultures from within. Other firms named on the list include Allens, Herbert Smith Freehills and Norton Rose Fulbright.

This accolade follows Pinsent Masons inclusion in Australasian Lawyer's 2016 'Fast Firms' report in October as one of the regions fastest growing firms.

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