Synch shortlisted in Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards Europe 2018

Synch has once again been shortlisted in the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards. We are honoured and proud to be on the shortlist together with Magic Circle (leading UK-headquartered) firms and many other top international law firms.

Published by the Financial Times, the FT Innovative Lawyers Report has become one of the top legal rankings in Europe and the accompanying awards are widely regarded as the most extensively researched in the market. FT Innovative Lawyers is a unique award that assesses lawyers on their innovation both for clients and in their own businesses.

We are committed to shaping the future of a Digital Legal Eco System
Synch is agile and fast – challenging the traditional business model and way of thinking within the industry. We drive innovation and development of LegalTech within SynchLab, where we develop new tools, services and products that we deliver through our digital platform, WeSynch. Most recently we launched Privacy Policy Check AI our in-house developed AI tool as the first among law firms in the Nordics. We are committed to continually driving innovation in this conservative industry and embracing technology in our processes; setting and meeting higher expectations when it comes to quality, transparency, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

“We are delighted to once again be short listed for an award by such a prestigious institution as the Financial Times. Innovation within the legal industry is key to building a modern law firm focusing on the customer and other values than just profit”, says Magnus Sundqvist, Head of Digital Services.

“Being shortlisted in the FT Innovative Lawyers Report is once again recognition for our hard work and demonstrates the importance of being in the forefront when it comes to legal innovation. We look forward to the 4th of October and hope to win an award this time!”, says Jim Runsten, CEO.

The final results will be announced at the awards ceremony at the Natural History Museum in London on 4 October 2018. To view the full list of shortlisted law firms please click here.

For more information, please contact Magnus Sundqvist, Head of Digital Services, magnus.sundqvist@synchlaw.se, +46 761 761 957 or Jim Runsten, CEO, jim.runsten@synchlaw.se, +46 761 761 999.

Synch is a Nordic law firm with offices in Stockholm, Silicon Valley, Copenhagen and Oslo focused on digital business and technology targeting the market with an award winning blended delivery model where Digital Services complement the other business units Advisory Services, Projects & Transactional Services and Managed Services.

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