The Centre for Legal Innovation launched its Roundtable Series in Perth on 20 February 2017.
Our Roundtables identify and explore how global trends impact the practising legal professions locally, regionally and nationally. We conduct our Roundtables in Australia, New Zealand and Asia - Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland, Wellington, Singapore, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur. These are invitation-only facilitated events that involve lawyers (from private practice, in-house, government agencies and community legal centres), legal professionals, professional service organisation professionals, legal associations, legaltech start-ups, academics and legal industry consultants.
Participants are encouraged to attend with the intention of entering into candid discussion, sharing their experience and asking questions of each other in the course of the two hours they spend together. These conversations remain private with participants encouraged to continue to strengthen their network through connections made at the Roundtables and joining a dedicated CLI Legalpreneurs Roundtable LinkedIn Private Group.
In 2019, Roundtable Series participants will be take part in a number of facilitated mini sprints aimed at finding solutions to innovation challenges. Our first topic will address “Can we fix the law firm business model?”
In 2018, Roundtable Series participants discussed and debated one topic, In the Face of Change, What's Left for Lawyers to do? - download our key takeaways from this Roundtable here
In 2017, Roundtable Series participants discussed and debated these topics:
- Innovation (whatever that means!) and its Impact on Legal Practice - download our key takeaways from this Roundtable here;
- Cybersecurity and Legal Practice - Who is responsible for what, when, where, how and why? - download our key takeaways from this Roundtable here; and
- Artificial Intelligence in Legal Practice - All Hype or a 'New Work' reality? - download our key takeaways from this Roundtable here
If you would like to join one of the Roundtable discussions, please contact the Centre’s Director, Terri Mottershead: email@example.com.