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Not Just Another Big Law firm
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“Sage mir, was du isst, und ich sage dir, wer du bist”
Law firm- The two words that immediately suggest a few more. Legal knowhow, sure. But perhaps a few less desirable ones too. Traditional, stuffy. Old-fashioned. Slow.
If DLA Piper was those things, it couldn’t help clients succeed. So its business is built on being progressive and embracing change.
At its core, DLA Piper is a law firm – it gives clients legal advice, and it does it well. Wherever clients want to be tomorrow, the firm gets them there.
But it’s a lot more too, and much of this is delivered through Law&, its brand for services that go beyond the traditional law firm offering.
DLA Design, the firm’s design-thinking methodology, is one way it creates new – often bespoke – solutions for clients. The process is about identifying their specific needs and ideating ways of meeting them. Because every client is different.
Historically, the legal sector has been slow to adopt new technology, but it’s at the heart of DLA Piper’s more radical solutions.
Aiscension is a ground-breaking compliance monitoring tool, developed through design thinking. Neural-net AI detects potentially unlawful behaviour in an organisation’s data, scanning millions of documents in minutes.
And TOKO is a new solution for security tokens. It combines the firm’s regulatory rigour with Hedera’s market-leading distributed ledger technology. With TOKO, asset owners can tokenise them and raise funds quickly and securely.
Both Aiscension and TOKO are quicker, easier and cheaper than conventional solutions.
But change at DLA Piper isn’t limited to its solutions. The firm also exists to help the world transition to and thrive in a more sustainable future.
One way it does this is by improving access to justice for those who need it most. In response to the Afghanistan and Ukraine conflicts, DLA Piper partnered with Legal Connection to give free legal services to refugees through a digital platform.
The firm has a long-term partnership with UNHCR, the United Nations Refugee Agency, giving more than 9,500 hours of pro bono services. For more than a decade, DLA Piper has worked with UNHCR to improve social justice and advocate for systemic change.
And DLA Piper’s top priority right now is ESG. It matters to its people, it matters to its clients, and it matters to the firm as a values-led business.
The firm’s well underway on its own sustainability journey, with ambitious carbon emissions targets and a focus on its people, communities and society.
So yes, DLA Piper is a law firm. And a lot more too.
To learn more about DLA Piper’s Law& brand, visit their dedicated website page.