Canada’s largest law firm selects Reynen Court to accelerate digital innovation
Toronto (December 7, 2020) — Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) announced its partnership with Reynen Court, a global leader in providing legal technology to top firms around the world. As a leader in legal innovation, BLG will be the first Canadian law firm to work with Reynen Court which will enable BLG to leverage Reynen Court’s vast platform of digital technology tools to provide best-in-class, innovative service to their clients.
"We are delighted to be partnering with Reynen Court as we consider them a key partner in driving forward our overall innovation agenda,” said Rob Morris, Chief Operating Officer at BLG. “The COVID-19 public health crisis has demonstrated the importance of technology in the delivery of legal services. Our clients now expect digital dexterity and business agility from their legal service providers. We see Reynen Court as playing a critical role here, and we are thrilled to be partnering with a global leader in this field.”
BLG’s partnership with Reynen Court is part of its ever-expanding strategic vendor program which will enable it to aggressively build its digital ecosystem and accelerate its innovation agenda. It will form a key component of BLG’s Digital Hub.
Reynen Court has built and launched a platform – akin to an app store for legal technology – that makes it fast, easy and secure for law firms and in-house legal departments to discover, test, adopt and manage artificial intelligence, smart contracts and other new technologies.
“We are committed to enabling law firms globally to accelerate their evaluation, adoption and deployment of new technologies,” said Reynen Court founder and CEO, Andrew D. Klein. “It is gratifying when a firm with the pedigree and reputation of BLG embraces our vision. BLG will be our first client in the Canadian market and we are very excited to get started with them in this very important segment of the world-wide legal industry.”