Allison has a reputation as a pioneer, and is acknowledged as a leading expert in the fields of Judicial case management systems, and electronic filing. Her proven track record of delivering best practice solutions for Courtroom technology, and case preparation management systems, stems from her background as a practicing litigation lawyer, and through her work with the Court of Appeal (Qld).
Allison has a unique in-depth expertise, which enables her to not only respond to a client's needs but to anticipate them.
In March 1999, e.law Australia was launched by Bruce Grant and Allison Stanfield as an independent legal/IT Consulting organisation. Following the successful implementation of numerous legal IT projects, and the project management of two major, high profile, Royal Commissions, e.law has established its credentials as a blue ribbon service provider to the legal industry across Australia. e.law now has offices in Sydney and Melbourne and a team of 60 staff. A sample of some of e.law's recent projects includes:
Allison is currently studying towards a Master of Information Technology (Research). Allison is a Senior Fellow of the University of Melbourne's Law School, Postgraduate Studies, co-chair of Legal XML Australia, and sits on the IT working committee for the Australian Law Reform Commission's review of the Federal Adversarial System. Allison has consulted on the many projects including:
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