A national strategy for civil justice: Going beyond the known
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
2M ago
In episode no. 90, my guest is Bridgette Toy-Cronin, Director, Civil Justice Centre, Co-Director, Otago Centre for Law and Society and Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Otago. We cover: The access to justice issues in Aotearoa New Zealand; Key aims of the ‘Wayfinding for civil justice’ project; How the project commenced at the start of the pandemic with a hui; The other jurisdictions the working group looked to for guidance on this project; How the project is doing two related but different things at the same time; Factors peculiar to Aotearoa New Zealand that are facilitating th ..read more
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From startup to acquisition – one family lawyer's journey of innovation
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
3M ago
In episode no. 89 my guest is Fiona Kirkman, CEO and co-founder of FamilyProperty. We cover: The functionality of expert system FamilyProperty that Fiona and her co-founder (husband!) Tim developed; The journey of FamilyProperty from an idea to MVP, to market, to acquisition; The integration of FamilyProperty with global practice management software, Smokeball bringing the ‘business of law’ together with effective delivery of legal advice; How technology is always changing and the need for ongoing maintenance (especially when court forms change!); The importance of beta testing and accurate d ..read more
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A tale of two law firms: how a global commercial practice supports a local not-for-profit service
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
4M ago
In episode no. 88, my guest is Nicolas Patrick, Partner, Head of Responsible Business, DLA Piper. We cover: Nic’s views on the potential of technology; The reason for DLA Piper holding a forum on technology and access to justice in 2019; The problem with digitising existing processes; Why an international law firm without family law expertise, supports a Sydney based non-profit family law firm; The way Wallumatta Legal operates and how it runs an efficient practice; How pro bono provides insight into areas of unmet legal need; The different contributions that Macquarie University and DLA Pipe ..read more
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“Show me the money!” Funding for justice innovation
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
4M ago
This is the third episode in a 3-part series about justice entrepreneurship.  Part 1 provides an overview of justice entrepreneurship - 3 categories of justice entrepreneurship with real examples from each of the categories and the problem solved.  Part 2 covers 5 key factors to maximise the likelihood of success of your justice innovation. You might be surprised to hear about some of them! And now in part 3, we look at funding options and some of their pro’s and con’s. Proudly sponsored by Neota Logic  Links: Landers Village Capital Grant connect Grant search Neota Logic Churc ..read more
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How this software company provides practical assistance to marginalised communities
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
5M ago
In episode no. 86 I had the pleasure of speaking with John Lord, Co-founder and Chairman of long term sponsor of the podcast, Neota (formerly Neota Logic). We discuss: What John wants the world to know about no-code and why; Some unintended consequences of no-code including hybrid working models; How no-code supports the democratisation of information in both commercial and public interest contexts; The areas of law that are suited to apps, what can be built, and how they help; The scope of opportunity for legal technology both in terms of market and career choices; The genesis of the univers ..read more
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Effective justice entrepreneurship: 5 keys for success
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
5M ago
This is the second episode in a 3-part series about justice entrepreneurship.  Episode 3 was an overview of justice entrepreneurship - the types of issues justice entrepreneurs work on, the 3 categories of justice entrepreneurship with real examples from each of the categories. This episode covers 5 key factors to maximise the likelihood of success of your justice innovation. You might be surprised to hear about some of them! Proudly sponsored by Neota Logic  Links: Justice Entrepreneurship Artificial Lawyer Neota Logic Solution Gallery Neota Logic Churchill Trust Project Survey An ..read more
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If you can’t legislate, innovate with Jazz Hampton
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
6M ago
In episode no. 83 I speak with Co-founder, CEO and General Counsel of Turnsignl, Jazz Hampton. We discuss: The problem that prompted the creation of TurnSignl and how Jazz and his co-founders knew it was the right time to act; The professional backgrounds of the three black founders; What Turnsigl does and how it works to protect civil rights at scale; How Turnsignl gets to the people who need it (it’s an interesting approach); The product’s similarity to roadside assistance programs or an insurance policy; Turnsignl’s partners across different sectors; Why Jazz describes the users as the ‘3 ..read more
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What’s a justice entrepreneur?
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
7M ago
Episode no. 83 is the first episode in a 3-part series about justice entrepreneurship.  This episode covers:  What is justice entrepreneurship? What are the types of issues justice entrepreneurs work on? The 3 categories of justice entrepreneurship Real examples from each of the categories A question to you about what motivates law firm owners? What’s coming up including an interview with a passionate justice entrepreneur and more short solo episodes on how to activate justice entrepreneurship Proudly sponsored by Neota Logic  Links: Justice Entrepreneurship Neota Logic Solut ..read more
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4 things you need for a viable Law Lab
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
7M ago
Episode no. 82 is about “Law Labs”.  In Part 1, I cover: What is a Law Lab and where and why were they set up? What kinds of issues or projects do Law Labs work on? Who are the key stakeholders and the benefits they receive (should I establish one)?  Part 2 is all about: 4 things you need for a viable Law Lab (in under 4 minutes!) Proudly sponsored by Neota Logic  Links: Institutionalizing Legal Innovation: The (Re)Emergence of the Law Lab Neota Logic Solution Gallery Neota Logic Churchill Trust Project Survey Andrea Perry-Petersen – LinkedIn - Twitter @winkiepp – and ..read more
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The art of the possible, the doable and the sustainable with Brian W Tang
Reimagining Justice
by Andrea Perry-Petersen - Innovator and Lawyer
8M ago
In episode no. 81 my guest is Brian Tang, Founding Executive director of LITE Lab@HKU and Co-chair, Asia-Pacific Legal Innovation & Technology Association (ALITA). We discuss: Career path (which will be interesting to law students); How he became involved with innovation in the law in Hong Kong; Main justice issues in Hong Kong; What LITE stands for, and why it is intentionally a “Lab”; How the Lab works with students from 6 out of the 10 faculties at Hong Kong University;  Topics and the experiential experiences that are covered in the Lab’s courses and why; How LITE Lab partners wi ..read more
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