Built from the ground up by a Founder-Barrister leveraging deep industry knowledge to enhance the technology, accelerate outcomes and lower costs.ENQUIRE NOW
Next generation firewalling, global load balancing and encryption of all data at rest and in transit. Tested using similar military level methodology.CONTACT SECURITY
Including witness access control, integrated settlements, heads of agreement, co-drafting, upload firm precedents and encrypted e-signing.
Unlike video conferencing tools built for general use, Immediation has been custom built for negotiation, mediation and arbitration. Immediation has been used throughout the justice system in hundreds of live matters.ENQUIRY FORM
Specialised digital client floor built by a practising Victorian barrister. Each participant receives individualised link, for additional security. Move parties in and out of rooms and communicate independently into private rooms. Lawyers have special control of audio, video and chat of participants if required. Immediation’s legally trained clerks seamlessly assist all parties with critical functionality.
Immediation’s specialist team of legal and technical operations support staff are able to deliver a premium 1-1 support service to ensure that matters run smoothly. With up-front guidance to support participants by testing their technology in advance to ensure it works effectively.ENQUIRY FORM
Immediation continues to pave the way as a leader in online dispute resolution, gathering some noteworthy recognition along the way.
Best Legal Tech - YBF Startup and Innovation (2020)
Innovator Award - Barristers Association (2020)
People's Choice Award - SBE Enterprises (2020)
Innovator of the Year - Australian ADR Awards (2019)
Best Technology - Legal Tech Summit (2019)
More than a video conferencing platform, Immediation offers a range of legal tools fully integrated and ready to use, including (and not limited to):
Integrated heads of agreement
Co-draft any document
Upload your firm precedents
Control witness access
Immediation’s internal panel consists of over 100 world-class dispute resolution experts, including former senior judges; among them are the former Chief Justices of Victoria and Western Australia.