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Beating the pressure in the legal industry

The legal profession moves at breakneck speed and legal professionals are under constant pressure to keep up and ensure that the information they have at their disposal is current and accurate. Fortunately, technology advances just as fast and these advances and innovations continuously improve the accessibility to and quality of legal resources available. In addition, this brings about increased productivity and cost efficiency.

Furthermore, in order to be sure that the dynamic needs of legal service consumers are met, lawyers need to be sure that the legal technology they access works effectively and delivers real solutions to real problems.

Sabinet is one of the leading suppliers of online legal information in South Africa providing access to easily searchable and quick-to-find legal content that is reliable, up to date, accurate and simple to use.

Sabinet National Legislation (NetLaw) provides users with instant access to South African legislation, enabling them to keep up with the national legislation currently in force by providing information that is accurate, timely, relevant and reliable. NetLaw is also available as a convenient mobile app and covers updated and consolidated South African principal Acts, rules and regulations dating back to 1910.

The service is fully customisable and responds to the dynamic nature of the legal environment by delivering timely and precise updates on new legislation or amendments to existing acts.

No matter the size of the law firm, NetLaw users can be assured they will spend less time wading through information and more time providing valuable insight and analysis.

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