24 episodes

Hosted by Flinders University’s Dean of Law, Professor Tania Leiman, Expect More of Law: The Podcast celebrates 30 years of Law at Flinders University with stories from current students, alumni, and industry.

Take a deep dive with Professor Tania Leiman into the current challenges faced by legal practitioners and discover industry insights into the future of law. Hear conversations with legal trailblazers across the spectrum of legal professions and industries.

We're sure these fearless voices will inform and inspire you.

Expect More of Law: The Podcast Flinders University

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Hosted by Flinders University’s Dean of Law, Professor Tania Leiman, Expect More of Law: The Podcast celebrates 30 years of Law at Flinders University with stories from current students, alumni, and industry.

Take a deep dive with Professor Tania Leiman into the current challenges faced by legal practitioners and discover industry insights into the future of law. Hear conversations with legal trailblazers across the spectrum of legal professions and industries.

We're sure these fearless voices will inform and inspire you.

    About the law and social conscience

    About the law and social conscience

    Flinders Law graduate Kristy Zander has enjoyed an international legal career, working as a Litigator in London and Australia. Today, as Director of LK Law, Kirsty has an eye on emerging issues, saying: “Increasingly people are looking to Company Directors to have a social conscience. As a lawyer, there’s a role to play in advising companies about ethical behaviours.”

    • 19 min
    Meet Flinders Uni’s first female Silk

    Meet Flinders Uni’s first female Silk

    Kerry Clark, Flinders Uni’s first female silk, credits her experience at university for influencing her rise to Senior Counsel, saying, “Flinders Uni is a place where social justice is very much at the forefront—not only in teaching but in everyday life. I believe the culture of your university influences your outlook and ultimately, what you take out into the world.”

    • 17 min
    The intangibility of the Law

    The intangibility of the Law

    In his first year at Flinders Law, Adam Ludlow had a meaningful conversation with his lecturer who’d noticed him becoming distracted from his studies. “The Law is so intangible,” Adam said to his Lecturer who replied, “You can’t touch or feel the Law, but you can always see the results. The traffic lights, the people going about their business, the daily interactions—that’s the result of the law.” Having rekindled his passion for the law, Adam went on to become a Partner at HWL Ebsworth Lawyers.

    • 16 min
    A tried-and-true legal journey

    A tried-and-true legal journey

    For the past 13 years (since graduating from Flinders Law) Kylie Dunn has practised law at DMAW Lawyers. Today, she is Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution and Risk Management team, with a focus on Workplace Law. In this episode, Kylie talks about her experience at Flinders Uni, the challenges of adjusting from high school to law school, and more.

    • 18 min
    Making a multilingual connection

    Making a multilingual connection

    Flinders Law alumni and Principal at Port Adelaide Lawyers, Sari Kheder, is passionate about helping those without English as their first language gain access to legal services. Speaking 5 languages—Kurdish, Arabic, Turkish, English, and basic Greek—Sari uses his multilingual skills to advocate for minority groups and those who may be disadvantaged in society.

    • 14 min
    Taking the road less travelled

    Taking the road less travelled

    Stepping away from the traditional legal path, Brigid Emmett went from Solicitor into HR consultancy. Today, as Senior Consultant for Perks People Solutions. Brigid uses her legal knowledge to advise on HR, corporate training, and bullying/harassment issues. ‘I like to think my clients get the benefit of all my legal experience within a really practical context.’

    • 17 min

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