Award-winning case study: Shepherd and Wedderburn


This 9-page case study shares the how a UK law firm has created data-driven client and matter areas on their intranet, via extensive integration.

Key highlights from the case study:

  • Aggregation of data from multiple systems and sources into one intranet platform.
  • Publishing of data-driven client and matter views, which are at the heart of legal practice.
  • Excellent user experience, allowing staff to quickly find what they need.
  • Combination of system-driven data and human-created content.
  • A compelling legal case study that has already inspired teams in other firms.


UK law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn has created a client and matters area of its intranet which creates a number of landing pages for each client, matter (project) and industry sector. Each of these pages is an effective dashboard, consolidating and aggregating data from a number of internal systems and external sources, allowing legal teams to access information themselves in a far more efficient way than previously.

This 9-page case study is packed with real-world screenshots and insights that will inspire your leadership team, and help you deliver a successful project.



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