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Innovation and the Law

Posted by Marcus McCarthy | 13 August 2014 | News & Events

The founder and principal of Australia’s “first full service dispersed law firm” believes innovation should be a greater priority for Australian lawyers.IMG_0459-2

Marcus McCarthy founded Nexus Law Group in 2011, and says the flexibility and innovation of his firm’s model allows senior lawyers to provide advice at a lower cost and get paid 70% of the fees they generate.

Looking forward, he says it will be innovation that drives greater efficiency and cost-effectiveness in legal service delivery and new practice models are at the forefront of that race.

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