TLT FutureLaw is an aligned, integrated and indispensable approach to meeting the changing needs of our clients.
TLT's FutureLaw team is multi-disciplinary group of specialists, including lawyers, process designers, technologists, knowledge management experts, data analysts, product and project managers and other professionals. Their role is to design, develop and deliver new solutions to our clients, working alongside subject matter experts across our legal and business services teams.
TLT FutureLaw has an initial portfolio of five offerings, which will continually evolve and extend to meet changing client needs.
Underpinning the whole portfolio, a ‘design thinking’ approach ensures that our solutions are truly client-centric, together with our firm’s reputation and promise of quality assurance.
A document, task and contract management solution, which combines market leading technology with on demand specialist legal expertise into one, realising opportunity. More
Strategic commercial advice and resourcing for procurement and contract management teams to increase efficiency and realise commercial opportunities. More
A managed legal service for project and outsourcing work that helps you maintain visibility, assures quality and delivers better outcomes for your business. More
Specialist market focused public policy, insights and influence to help clients’ businesses thrive. More
An intelligent drafting solution, to help you prepare contracts and other legal documents with ease, quicker and with less risk - delivering better outcomes for your business. More
A combined intelligence solution, which uniquely blends specialist legal advice with artificial intelligence to do a contract review in a minute or two. More
When a leading UK waste collection specialist asked us to help consolidate and simplify its job contracts to meet the demands of new legislation, it got more than it expected. As well as a new set of made-to-measure legal clauses, a new automated solution from TLT and Clarilis reduced its contract drafting time by 75%, and turned its HR department into one to watch. Read