Briefing Magazine September 2015

DWF has a more proactive business development process with the help of an extra LexisNexis InterAction module, says CEO Andrew Leaitherland

DWF is a firm on the move. As we covered in the last issue of Briefing, in March the firm opened its first international office outside the British Isles, in Dubai − and more recently it launched a set of new delivery models to support its growth ambitions.

These vehicles designed to drive out more process efficiency include document automation software, a new pool of paralegal support for more commoditised work and a consultancy offering to help clients cut their internal costs. Net profit for 2014/15 is £21.1m – an increase of 138% over the past five years.

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