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Reimagining Justice

Welcome to Reimagining Justice - a global podcast for the change makers in law and the first Australian-based podcast shining a light on issues at the intersection of law, social justice and innovation. Join Andrea Perry-Petersen, an Australian lawyer and social justice advocate, as she interviews guests from around the world who have discovered and implemented innovative ways to update the legal profession while improving people’s experience of the law. Andrea brings a unique perspective on stories which will inspire you to take positive action in the delivery of legal services for the benefit of lawyers, clients and society. The world is changing, and the legal profession must keep up. Legal systems around the world are not meeting people’s legal needs – there is a global access to justice crisis. What are the solutions and where can they be found? Whether you are a legal business owner or legalpreneur wanting to expand your market, run a purpose driven business or improve your service delivery model; a legal professional or law student curious about a career in social justice or legal tech (or both!); interested in systems design or proven ways to make positive social change, or simply looking to be inspired, then this is the podcast for you!


The art of the possible, the doable and the sustainable with Brian W Tang 59:59 06/27/2022
How multidisciplinary teams lead to better client outcomes 26:47 06/14/2022
Purposeful design: creating a better user experience for citizens 50:59 05/30/2022
Document automation: why, what and how? 18:05 05/17/2022
Leaving BigLaw for legal engineering: why and how? 48:38 05/02/2022
How actress America Ferrera helps us to understand why we don’t innovate more 15:20 04/20/2022
How fiction helps us envision a more just future 51:18 04/05/2022
Online dispute resolution: If not now, when? 24:25 03/22/2022
Courts during COVID: Will Digital Innovation Stick? 53:49 03/07/2022
3 things you should know about legal design 20:10 02/21/2022
Doing legal design differently with Sara Rayment 44:20 02/07/2022
‘Law for the Lay, a new game to play’ with Clarissa Campbell 53:13 01/24/2022
A year in review: 3 things I learned about legal innovation with host, Andrea Perry-Petersen 19:34 12/04/2021
Automation to augmentation: from lawyers acting as modems and machines as judges with Pia Andrews 58:30 11/18/2021
Saving lives through the power of an online legal community with Kate Briscoe 71:22 11/01/2021
Self-representation and AI-enabled “trial playbooks” with Sonja Ebron 50:24 10/18/2021
Open Law: how technology impacts the rule of law with Michael Green SC 66:45 10/04/2021
A citizen-centric pathway for delivering justice with Aniket Doegar 44:56 09/20/2021
Students, software and social justice with Genevieve Wilkinson and Dana Rutner 51:29 08/30/2021
Empowering remote communities with culturally appropriate legal resources with Lindsay Greatorix 58:17 08/16/2021
The importance of creativity, community and fun in developing legal inventors of the future 65:03 08/02/2021
Technology for housing justice with Steph Rudolph 52:28 07/19/2021
How to develop world-class digital justice products (or how to avoid Zombie products) 56:47 07/05/2021
Global justice innovation: the lessons and the leaders with Roger Smith OBE 61:54 06/07/2021
Facilitating conflict resolution through client-centric innovation with Anne-Marie Cade 55:08 05/17/2021
Key factors for sustainability of B2C legal products with Erin Levine 57:46 04/26/2021
From reactive to proactive: how software, marketing and diverse thinking is transforming law with Dominic Woolrych 63:33 04/12/2021
How one lawyer is filling a market gap by drawing on her privilege and experience with Sheetal Deo 60:16 03/29/2021
The epidemiology of law and why it’s necessary with Geoff Mulherin 64:53 03/15/2021
What the first female lawyers can teach us about legal innovation today with Professor Renee Knake Jefferson 55:32 03/01/2021