Andrea Perry-Petersen is available for national and international events as a keynote speaker, panellist and MC.
With experience spanning the private profession, community law, legal education, innovation and entrepreneurship Andrea has deep knowledge and is uniquely placed to comment on issues, including how to develop services and products that benefit clients, lawyers and society as a whole.
Andrea has extensive speaking experience at events and as a podcast host, and thoroughly enjoys engaging and sharing her knowledge.
- innovation in legal service delivery
- design thinking and legal design
- NewLaw practice models
- understanding access to justice
- pro bono and corporate social responsibility
- innovation in legal education
- the future of the profession and
- new ways to think about old problems.
Recent speaking engagements:
The University of Southern Qld – October 2021 – Guest lecture “Innovation and your legal career”
The Legal Forecast “Disrupting Law” – October 2021 – Judge
International Conference of Legal Regulators – September 2021 – “AI and Access to Justice”
Community Legal Centres Qld – May 2021 – “Innovation and Technology: Opportunities to enhance Access to Justice”
The University of Denver – April 2021 – Guest lecture “Law + Innovation Lab” Sturm College of Law
ACT Law Society – March 2021 – “How human-centred design can increase diversity and inclusivity in legal education, the profession and for clients”
Justice Society QUT – March 2021 – “International Womens’ Day” #choosetochallenge
TLF on Speaker – August 2020 – “Improving engagement with the law through design”
Brisbane Grammar School – July 2020 – BGS Art Show Iridescence “What is legal design?”
Qld Law Society Innovation Committee – Case studies: Innovating Access to Justice – November 2019
The Centre for Legal Innovation – Case studies: Legal design in practice – August 2019 Summit
Entrepreneurship, Productivity & Innovation Convention Qld Law Society – “Disrupting law or increasing productivity? What innovation can do for you” June 2019
#JDHorizons Conference – July 2018 – “Innovating Justice”
International Conference of Clinical Legal Education – April 2018 – “Software, students and self-represented litigants”
I have worked with Andrea in digital technology, research and clinical legal education projects.
Andrea is a resourceful mentor and innovator, who inspires and supports teams with client-centered solutions to deliver excellence in legal practice. She has inspired me to be a lateral thinker in a world where law and technology no longer live apart.
Andrea is a rare shining star in the legal industry. She is passionate towards driving legal innovation but also with a strong focus on improving social outcomes. She’s also great to work with so I encourage legal innovators and disruptors to lend her support in helping change the industry.
Andrea’s knowledge of the justice and legal tech space is spot on.
Her insightful feedback and suggestions have been invaluable for myself and team ANIKA in developing and improving our prototype for the Global Legal Hackathon 2018 (and beyond!). Andrea has a wealth of knowledge and most importantly, she’s happy to share it!
I can’t thank Andrea enough for her support thus far.
Andrea approaches problem solving with a unique perspective that draws on her diverse industry experience, innovative mindset and most importantly, empathy and passion, allowing her to deliver results that really make an impact for all stakeholders, no matter whether they’re disadvantaged clients or law firms looking to leverage technology.
Andrea has a thorough understanding of the growing demands and increasing pressure on community legal centres “CLCs” to provide access to justice for vulnerable and disadvantaged Queenslanders.
We were lucky to have Andrea present a webinar for over 90 CLC staff and volunteers about her recent Churchill Fellowship research, where she demonstrated the value of human-centred design and multidisciplinary collaboration, shared new approaches to enhance efficiency and impact, and sought to bridge the justice gap through technology and digital innovation.
We are grateful for Andrea’s support and would highly recommend Andrea for any innovation and technology projects your firm is seeking to embark upon.
I recently had the privilege of interviewing Andrea Perry-Petersen as part of a panel session for the 2021 International Conference of Legal Regulators. ICLR is an annual conference attended by regulators of legal services and the legal profession from right across the world.
The subject of our panel discussion was ‘AI in the Access to Justice Toolkit’, and there are few people better qualified to comment on this topic than Andrea. Andrea’s recent research for her Churchill Fellowship has given her a deep and wide understanding of the potential and the limitations of AI, and of the other elements required to successfully employ technology to increase access to justice. Legal services regulators are coming to grips with their responsibility to remove barriers to affordable and accessible legal services and they very much appreciated being able to hear from a speaker of Andrea’s calibre.
Andrea is at the very forefront in this legal innovation arena – her knowledge and insights are absolute gold!
I was so honoured when Andrea accepted my invitation to join the Legally Yours Advisory Board.
Andrea’s strategic thinking, academic knowledge, her in-depth understanding of digital innovation, and her human-centred design thinking expertise, makes her a standout in the legal profession.
Andrea’s contribution as an Advisor has been so invaluable and instrumental in propelling Legally Yours into its next phase of growth.
Get started with a free initial consultation or book Andrea for a keynote address or to facilitate your next workshop.