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HighQ was named “Supplier of the Year” at the British Legal Technology Awards ceremony on Thursday, 14th November in London. The event acknowledges and rewards excellence in Legal Technology and IT Security within the United Kingdom and European Legal Sectors.
The British Legal Technology Awards chose HighQ, along with Thomson Reuters, which acquired the company in July 2019, as the top legal supplier in demonstrating excellence in legal technology and client-focused services. The award recognises the suppliers that are reshaping the future of law firms and legal businesses.
“HighQ is honoured to receive this distinction in recognition of our unwavering commitment to provide users with technology solutions that help legal departments and law firms achieve business objectives,” said Stuart Barr, Chief Product and Strategy Officer for HighQ. “We strive to provide user-friendly tools that produce demonstrable value to our legal clients located throughout the world. We are appreciative to be recognised in a manner that aligns with our vision to reshape the practice of law.”
Judged by an independent and impartial panel of experts, The British Legal Technology Awards are open to law firms, barristers’ chambers, in-house legal departments, and alternative legal service providers and suppliers.
The National Law Centre on Homelessness & Poverty presented HighQ with its Pro Bono Counsel Award during the annual McKinney-Vento Awards ceremony on Tuesday, 19 November in Washington, D.C. Each year, the Pro Bono Counsel Award honours one law firm or other legal service provider that has partnered with the Law Centre to seek justice […]
HighQ has been named Legal Technology Company of the Year by the Financial Times at the publication’s annual ceremony, which recognised leaders driving the convergence of data and technology within the legal profession. In honouring HighQ, along with Thomson Reuters, which acquired the company in July 2019, the Financial Times recognised HighQ as “one of […]
London, October 16, 2019 – Thomson Reuters announced enhancements to HighQ’s intelligent work and client engagement platform, which improve the ability of law firms and corporate customers to efficiently deliver valuable, standardized solutions to clients and business users. Thomson Reuters acquired HighQ in July. In this latest release, HighQ 5.2 will transform the user experience with […]