Law Management Hub has been developed by the Australian Law Management Group, which is a committee of the Legal Practice Section of the Law Council of Australia.
The Law Management Hub has been developed as a central portal for law management information and is unique in so far as it provides a link between and across all jurisdictions in Australia and Asia in respect to law management information and resources.
The Hub contains articles (predominantly from the Australasian Law Management Journal), webinars, papers and useful links for users. The Law Management Hub also provides information on upcoming law management events and seminars.
The Australian Law Management Group has partnered with the Law Asia Law Management Section to develop the Law Management Hub and also a number of other strategic Partners in the use and operation of the Hub.
The Australian Law Management Group:
The Australian Law Management Group is a committee of the Legal Practice Section of the Law Council of Australia. The Australian Law Management Group produces the Australasian Law Management Journal and is the convenor of the World Masters conference series.
A. To represent the Law Council of Australia within the legal profession in the area of Legal Practice Management and to promote increased awareness and understanding of Legal Practice Management principles and management best practice throughout Australia.
B. To develop a forum for the exchange of Legal Practice Management information and to provide opportunities for those involved in the practice of law throughout Australia to engage with each other and with those experienced in Legal Practice Management to develop excellence in managing and developing law firms.
C. To be a reference point for the Law Council of Australia and for sections of the Law Council of Australia and for section members and the legal profession generally on issues pertaining to Legal Practice Management.
1. Provide leading edge practice management information to lawyers and practice managers.
2. Increase professionalism in the management of law firms.
3. Provide support & strategic assistance to members.
4. Facilitate knowledge sharing between members.
5. Provide a resource to the LCA with expertise in providing comment on issues that impact on law firm management and future planning.
6. Analyse raw data and provide analysis and reports to LCA based on surveys from members, LCA members and possibly the general public.