Dye & Durham

Partnering with ALPMA

Australian Partner

Principal Partner Summit 2023

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Digital / Electronic Signing

Document Management

Electronic Conveyancing / Settlement Services

Practice Management

Security & Authentication

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2023 ALPMA Summit - Principle Partner

The ALPMA 2023 Summit took place from 6 – 8 September at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.  The theme for this year’s Summit was ‘Embrace, Adapt, Evolve: The Sustainable Firm of the Future’.  

The ALPMA 2023 Summit was proudly supported by our Principal Partner, Dye & Durham. The Dye & Durham Platform connects a global network of professionals with public records to support business transactions and regulatory compliance.

2022 Practice Management Solution Showcase

Dye & Durham provides Australian legal, property and financial professionals with regulatory information, workflow technology, property settlement services and legal support solutions. We are a trusted technology and services partner for businesses involved in all stages of property and asset lifecycles. With a rich history of innovation and industry firsts, our customer-centric technology and support services are trusted by Australia’s leading professionals.

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Mitigate risk with technology and future-proof your firm

In the compliance-heavy and detail-oriented legal profession, it is crucial that information is accurate, protected and easily found and that robust systems and processes are in place to ensure best practice and risk management.

Every legal practice carries risk, but those risks can be minimised and the key issue with mitigating risk is understanding that the biggest threat to a legal practice comes from people—both externally and internally.

Legal Technology Trends In 2022

Technology is constantly changing, with new software introduced to make workflow more efficient.

The legal industry needs to upgrade and introduce new legal technology to automate workflow and meet customers’ needs.

Global research company Gartner predicts by 2024, legal departments will have automated 50% of legal work related to major corporate transactions.

So what is legal technology, and what technology should law firms expect to see more of in 2022?

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