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Tompkins Wake recognised for its commitment to innovation


Tompkins Wake is one of 15 law firms across the country recognised as being at the forefront of innovation by NZ Lawyer.

The publication made the announcement this week, handing out gongs to firms that it deemed “not afraid to embrace change and drive the legal profession forward”.

After a strategy refresh in 2016, Tompkins Wake embarked on program of continuous improvement and innovation. Now considered part of the firm’s ‘business as usual’, innovation encompassing technology, process improvement and learning is driving efficiency and responsiveness in the delivery of legal service to clients.

“The adoption of new technology solutions has increased over the past two years, with new roles introduced to our management and administration structure to support and drive a culture of continuous improvement,” said Tompkins Wake chief executive Jon Calder.

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