Episode 2
with host Andrea Perry-Petersen

Can innovation address wicked problems like access to justice? Is the legal profession keeping up with a changing world? Join Andrea as she speaks with global thought leader Mark Cohen as he questions the status quo and suggests ways in which lawyers and technologists may collaborate.

It is a very lively and candid discussion and while all his views are proffered with empathy and deep insight Mark offers critiques about professional regulation, lawyers and not-for-profit organisations.

Mark questions the status quo, reveals his views on what professional regulation should really achieve, and hints at how lawyers and technologists work best together.

Whether you are a lawyer, entrepreneur, academic, student or simply someone interested in new perspectives on old problems, you’ll enjoy Mark A Cohen…

Episode 1
with host Andrea Perry-Petersen

If you are curious about what the future of the legal profession will look like you can’t miss this very first interview!

Andrea speaks with passionate law student Mollie O’Connor. Mollie is a purpose-driven individual, a humble and quiet achiever working on big things! As coordinator of its first access to justice hackathon Mollie is doing ground-breaking work as a founding member of The Legal Forecast, a not-for-profit organisation which aims to advance the legal profession through innovation and technology.

In this episode Mollie reveals why a group of law students set up a not-for-profit organisation, what drives her career choices and the factors that will make the most difference for those innovating in law.

The theme of this episode would have to be the importance and effectiveness of awareness raising, information sharing, and education and Mollie is committed to doing that for the issues close to her heart, namely Indigenous Rights, innovation and access to justice.

It was a delight talking with Mollie, please enjoy the conversation….

The law, social justice and innovation – Introducing “Reimagining Justice”
with host Andrea Perry-Petersen

It’s here! The new global podcast all about law, social justice and innovation!

Join Andrea Perry-Petersen, lawyer, innovator and social justice advocate as she introduces “Reimagining Justice” – what you’ll learn, who she’ll interview, release dates and why she started this podcast.

  • Law

  • Innovation

  • Social Justice

I have worked with Andrea in digital technology, research and clinical legal education projects in the legal assistance sector. 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 can no longer live apart.

Raquel Dos Santos, Managing Lawyer, Pro Bono Connect, LawRight

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.

Brian Atkin, Head of Innovation Klyp Labs, former Director Digital Transformation Dept of Justice & Attorney General Qld

Andrea’s knowledge of the access to 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.

Perveen Mann, Lawyer and co-founder of ANIKA

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.

Stevie Ghiassi, CEO Legaler

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