Law In Order today announced that it has become a RelativityOne Gold Partner for providing exceptional service experience to its RelativityOne end users. Law In Order was Australia’s first Relativity Partner (since 2009). It offers a complete end-to-end eDiscovery service across the Electronic Discovery Reference Model from data scoping, identification and collection, to processing, analysis and document review, all the way to evidence management, document production and presentation.
Law In Order’s experienced eDiscovery team supports clients at every step along the project’s lifecycle, providing advice, strategy, tailored solutions, project management and support for any required tasks. These include, amongst others, Early Case Assessment, Key Word Searching, Hyperlinking, Email Threading, Active Learning, Document Review, Clusterings and Communication analysis.
To enhance the Relativity experience, Law In Order developed custom workflows and solutions. Examples include our SmartDeduper App and a customised, integrated submissions portal for the recent Royal Commissions. Law In Order always implements Relativity’s latest features to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients.
Kathleen Drown, Law In Order’s eDiscovery Group Senior Director, says attaining the Gold Partner status is testimony to the extensive experience and impressive certifications held by the entire Law In Order team. Kathleen highlighted the team’s ongoing commitment to innovation within the RelativityOne ecosystem, and a continued desire to provide best in class services to clients.
‘With RelativityOne, we have the ability to innovate faster, streamline our eDiscovery processes and provide our clients with the tools to make better decisions faster regardless of the data size.’
Kathleen expressed pride in her team’s ability to provide an unparalleled user experience and deliver unique solutions to clients.
The RelativityOne Gold Level is part of the Relativity Partner Program and recognises organizations that have reached a high bar for experience, customer satisfaction, and staff training and certifications. These partners are also proven innovators, with at least two custom applications available in the Relativity App Hub. The ability to make clients successful with RelativityOne is demonstrated and impressive.
“This year’s Spotlight: ANZ is an important one for us as we continue to expand our footprint in ANZ,” said Georgia Foster, Senior Managing Director, APAC at Relativity. “We are in a great position to utilise our partners, like Law In Order, to dive into the challenges in the region and come together to find solutions to solve them. Adding Law In Order to our roster of Gold Partners is a win as we continue to transcend borders and increase accessibility to our cloud platform in APAC.”
Kathleen will participate in the ‘Making a Difference in the Law and in Your Career through Service’ at Spotlight: ANZ. Among other topics, she will discuss Law In Order’s work as part of the Justice for Change program, working with the National Justice Project and Just Community in NZ. To learn more about this work, click on the following link: Does Australia Owe a Duty of Care to Refugees Detained Offshore.
Spotlight: ANZ provides a space to discuss the region’s biggest challenges and spark ideas for how to solve these challenges, together. Taking place in Melbourne on March 9; those interested can learn more about the event here.
More About Law In Order
Law In Order also has a dedicated team which provides document printing, scanning and copying services, as well as Legal Process Outsourcing (objective coding, indexing and redacting) services. Our eHearings team is a global expert in providing virtual hearing solutions, including live streams, online hearing books, onsite support. Law In Order is experienced in Relativity to manage different types of matters, investigations, litigations, class actions, Inquiries and Royal Commissions. For more information, please contact Law In Order at email@example.com or visit www.lawinorder.com
Relativity makes software to help users organise data, discover the truth and act on it. Its SaaS product, RelativityOne, manages large volumes of data and quickly identifies key issues during litigation and internal investigations. Relativity has more than 300,000 users in approximately 40 countries serving thousands of organisations globally primarily in legal, financial services and government sectors. Please contact Relativity at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.relativity.com for more information.