Keystone Law has reasserted its dedication to technology with the appointment of Maurice Tunney as its new IT Director.
Maurice joins from top-40 law firm Fieldfisher, where as Head of IT Solutions he was responsible for developing the IT strategy and managing the portfolio of IT projects across the firm. Prior to Fieldfisher he was with Simmons & Simmons for five years, where he managed local and global IT projects.
Maurice will drive forward the ongoing investment into technology at Keystone that enables the firm to work effectively and collaboratively from any location. Over the past few years the firm has invested heavily into leading software applications in addition to creating bespoke platforms which have set it apart from the competition and propelled recent growth.
James Knight, Managing Director of Keystone Law, commented:
“Technology is at the heart of Keystone, and Maurice will be instrumental in ensuring the firm continues to maintain its position as the leading firm of our structure. With substantial growth planned over forthcoming years it will be essential that our systems are of the highest calibre, which will benefit not only our lawyers throughout the world but also our clients. I am delighted to welcome him to the firm.”