Elevate’s law firm is a new model England and Wales legal practice specialising in handling business-as-usual portfolios that are run-the-company, not bet-the-company.

Our practising lawyers and Elevate provide a unique combination of highly experienced legal expertise with process, technology, and access to more than 1,600 global professionals. We provide an approach beyond a conventional law firm.

  • Practice areas include providing strategic and transactional advice on commercial contracts, including IT and technology arrangements covering SaaS, fintech, procurement of financial banking (open platform) services, and reseller and distribution structures and contracts, advisory and commercial implementation and operation of privacy, data protection, competition law, and regulatory compliance
  • Processes to increase efficiency, lower legal spend, and ensure the right people are doing the right work using the right tools — including automation and AI
  • Provides legal practice capabilities to Elevate’s document review, contracts review, and legal operations teams
  • Focus on After Action Assessments and root cause analysis to handle issues and prevent problems from reoccurring

Why choose Elevate UK for lawyer-led tech-enabled law services?

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Experienced UK qualified lawyers combined with the full capabilities of Elevate’s global, multi-disciplinary teams
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Legal escalation for services including contracts, managed services, discovery, and compliance
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Integrated process design, project management, AI, machine learning, and other technologies with a legal practice
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Experts in Alternative Fee Arrangements to provide budget certainty with a minimum 20% sustainable reduction in legal spend

ElevateNext UK Limited is an authorised ABS in England & Wales, regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority, with authorisation number 427995.

We strive to give the best possible customer service at all times, in the event that we could do better, please speak to your supervising solicitor in the first instance, or click here to view our complaints procedure.

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