On 23 October 2020, Terri Mottershead, Executive Director, Centre for Legal Innovation (Australia, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific), facilitated a panel discussion with Dan Kayne, General Counsel – Regions, Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd (UK) and Caitlin (Cat) Moon, Director of Innovation Design, Vanderbilt Law School (USA), leading thinkers and doers in reinventing legal education space, on the topic New World, New Lawyers – How are capabilities “shaping” up? for the Centre’s Reinvent Legal Business Series 2.
Topics discussed included:
- The different lawyer capability shapes – I, T, D and O – what they are, what they do, and why they matter
- How changes in the legal ecosystem are impacting legal education
- The opportunity for law schools to reinvent legal education
- The change agent role of in-house counsel and its importance in shaping legal education and lawyer capabilities
- The important role of collaboration between law schools and legal practitioners in developing lawyer capabilities for now and the future
If you would prefer to listen rather than watch this session, we'll also be releasing this session as a podcast in our The Legalpreneurs Sandbox podcast series - there's a bunch of good stuff to listen to there right now too!
Don't forget to also check out and save the date for the other fabulous FREE Reinvent Legal Business Series 2 webinars - you'll find the details and registration links as we add them here.