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Empowering all professionals to think creatively and make bold proposals that will change the legal landscape. The Legal Creatives Podcast is created out of the real experiences and insights from host and world's renown legal innovation leader Tessa Manuello and her guests. Each episode will empower you with actionable insights on 21st Century Skills for the law, enable you to think more creatively, and inspire you to make bold proposals to change the legal landscape.

Legal Creatives Podcast Tessa Manuello

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Empowering all professionals to think creatively and make bold proposals that will change the legal landscape. The Legal Creatives Podcast is created out of the real experiences and insights from host and world's renown legal innovation leader Tessa Manuello and her guests. Each episode will empower you with actionable insights on 21st Century Skills for the law, enable you to think more creatively, and inspire you to make bold proposals to change the legal landscape.

    S02 Episode 5: How to use creativity for the business of law and the justice systems. An Interview with Laura Fauqueur, consultant and facilitator in Innovation, Design Thinking & Marketing

    S02 Episode 5: How to use creativity for the business of law and the justice systems. An Interview with Laura Fauqueur, consultant and facilitator in Innovation, Design Thinking & Marketing

    Before working in Legal Innovation, Laura Fauqueur was a Court interpreter, translating legal documents for the Courts also for Law firms. One day she was invited to train the marketing team in a law firm and this is how she started as a legal marketer. She quickly understood the legal industry needed to embrace technology and through Legal Hackers she quickly became involved as a Legal Tech enabler and evangelist. 

    On this journey, Laura discovered Design Thinking as an Innovation methodology and since then she's been using to help law firms, legal departments and institutions find creative solutions. This is how she helps her clients find new solutions, always reinforcing the importance of creativity in conjunction to technologies.

    Laura Fauqueur was awarded with the European Women in Legaltech 2020 award by #EWOLT and the European Tech Women 2020 Award – Legaltech category – by the Department of International Trade of the Government of the United Kingdom.  

    Now, Laura Fauqueur is working in her day-to-day work at problem solving collaboratively and creatively for the private and public legal sector alike. Today she joins the podcast to share her real-life insights as a consultant about how to use creativity for the business of law and justice systems. 

    Connect with Laura Fauqueur on LinkedIn and be sure to share your insights from listening to the episode.

    Immerse yourself in the future of law with the Legal Creatives Online Academy. If you'd like an immersive and intensive experience, join the Expert Certification program in May, available in English, Portuguese, Spanish and French! Visit legalcreatives.com for more information.

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    S02 Episode 4: The 3 Lessons I learned leading Digital Transformation in the Legal sector. An Interview with Mauro Martins from PK Hub

    S02 Episode 4: The 3 Lessons I learned leading Digital Transformation in the Legal sector. An Interview with Mauro Martins from PK Hub

    When Mauro Martins worked as a lawyer in tech at Microsoft, he witnessed the company's reinvention and digital transformation. At the time, he took the opportunity to make some proposals to help the legal department be more digital, and successfully moved the legal departments from Excel spreadsheets to a software he helped built to manage litigation cases.

    At PK Advogados, a famous law firm specialized in technology based in São Paulo (Brazil), he brought his insights and experience as to how to define an organization's digital strategy. As head of digital transformation, Mauro led 3 waves in the law firm. At first, he did not get the momentum he wanted to engage lawyers in the digital transformation, until he discovered Legal Design ...

    Today, Mauro involve lawyers of the firm in developing new processes and new solutions for clients as well as build new technologies. With the PK Hub, an innovation hub for the legal sector, he helps build new products, new tools, new technologies, always reinforcing capacities using Legal Design.

    Now, at PK Hub, Mauro Martins is acting as Chief Design Officer, working every day to create new products for clients using Legal Design. Today, Mauro Martins joins the podcast to share the 3 lessons he’s learned in this journey leading the digital transformation in the legal sector.

    Be sure to share your insights from listening to the episode with us and Mauro Martins and to visit his website thelegaldesigner.com.br

    If you would like to start immersing yourself in the future of law, today, join us inside the Online Academy! If you'd like an immersive and intensive experience, then join us for the Expert Certification program in May, available in English, Portuguese, Spanish and French! Visit legalcreatives.com for more information!

    • 51 min
    S02 Episode 3: The 3 Lessons I learned creating MAX, the first Virtual lawyer in Mexico. An Interview with Ángel Sumano from Fractal Abogados

    S02 Episode 3: The 3 Lessons I learned creating MAX, the first Virtual lawyer in Mexico. An Interview with Ángel Sumano from Fractal Abogados

    When Angel Sumano learned about technology, he immediately imagined Max, a robot coming from the future to deliver legal advice online. He shared his idea to friends, colleagues and his legal community, but nobody believed a robot could do law. Angel decided nevertheless to start his journey, learning about engineering, coding and disruption until he finally met his partner and together they made this vision come true.

    Now, at Fractal Abogados where Max was born, Angel works every day with a lot of passion disrupting the way legal services can be deliver to users. And today, Angel Sumano joins the podcast to share the 3 lessons he’s learned creating Max, the first Virtual lawyer in Mexico.

    After listening to this episode, be sure to share your insights with us and with our guest. And if you would like to start your own journey or be more disruptive, bold and creative, you are always welcome on the Legal Creatives platform via legalcreatives.com. Let's immerse yourself into the future of law with legal professionals learning online from all around the world!

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    S02 Episode 2: Empathy, Tolerance and Resilience: 3 abilities I have learned on my journey to become a Legal Designer. Interview with Melissa Saucedo from Innovativ Law

    S02 Episode 2: Empathy, Tolerance and Resilience: 3 abilities I have learned on my journey to become a Legal Designer. Interview with Melissa Saucedo from Innovativ Law

    Melissa Saucedo quitted her in-house position after 15 years in the corporate and investment banking industry, to start Beyond Law School® as a practical training created using the Design Thinking method, helping junior lawyers develop a set of practical skills to advance their careers in banking and corporate law, using information and communication technologies. Doing so, she found herself totally immersed in Design Thinking and got hooked by this innovation methodology. 

    The day she experienced an empathy exercise for her business using Design Thinking, putting herself in the shoes of her students to better understand their needs and perspectives, and she got a major Aha moment! She discovered how powerful and meaningful it could be to really care for her audience, something she was not used in the corporate world, where everything is very mechanical and very much cold-hearted. Since then she has read, educated and practiced Design thinking for law and this journey led her to create a boutique law firm with a fresh perspective, specialized in alternative legal services. 

    Now, at Innovativ Law, she provides alternative legal services to the business community and also aspiring legal innovators with everything they need using Legal Design. As an innovation centered organization, Melissa uses design-thinking methodologies to design creative solutions to legal and business problems. Creating touchpoints with clients based on trust, she is able to deliver innovative solutions and to keep her customers engaged with the creative process to work with her as a team.

    Today, Melissa joins the podcast to share what she's learned on this journey: Empathy, Tolerance and Resilience. These are the three abilities she has learned on her journey to become a Legal Designer. She admits one of her biggest challenges as an entrepreneur and Legal Designer is to learn how to empathize with customer’s needs and objectives. But she found useful techniques and new ideas she's sharing on the Podcast, combining them with a deep understanding that the practice of law is undergoing a fundamental transformation, she is convinced the design of the future law must address these changing influences. 

    Sharing is caring and sharing is learning! Be sure to share your insights from listening to the episode with Melissa Saucedo! If you feel this episode can be useful to a colleague or a friend, please share this episode with them so they can subscribe to the Legal Creatives Podcast and share their own insights too! Sharing is growing! 

    Since we're all about community, you can also decide to share this journey with professionals from all around the world with our community inside the academy. For more information on our programs, visit legalcreatives.com - Enjoy listening to this new Episode of the Season 02 of the Legal Creatives Podcast!! Thanks for being a part of this! 

    • 51 min
    S02 Episode 1: How I discovered my creativity as a lawyer and used it with UX in business development & communication strategies, and to make law understandable! An Interview with Antonella Puntriano.

    S02 Episode 1: How I discovered my creativity as a lawyer and used it with UX in business development & communication strategies, and to make law understandable! An Interview with Antonella Puntriano.

    Antonella Puntriano didn't believe she was creative. When she learned about the Academy and started to learn Legal Design, she discovered about the UX - User experience and how she could use the Legal Design methodology to improve communications at the law firms, but also increase the accessibility of the law and actively contribute to the transformation of the legal sector - in a very creative way!

    Now, at the law firm where she manages Business development and strategic communications, she uses the Legal Design methodology and channel her creativity to create communications centered on clients. She is key in making communications clear and actionable to increase client engagement and business development.

    Today, Antonella joins the podcast to share the story of how she found her creativity and got to focus on UX - User Experience, to bridge these two concepts that led her to innovate beyond the law firm, by starting the project of her life-time, redesigning the constitution in her country.

    Be sure to share this first Episode of this new Podcast Series with a colleague or a friend! The best way to learn is to share! Sharing your insights from listening to the episodes is key to maximize your learning and to implement new strategies. You can also join our Community inside the Academy to share this journey with professionals from all around the world. You're always welcomed ;) Enjoy listening to this new Series!

    • 35 min
    This Week! New Series on the Podcast! Discover real stories and insights from extraordinarily talented professionals in Legal Design around the world!

    This Week! New Series on the Podcast! Discover real stories and insights from extraordinarily talented professionals in Legal Design around the world!

    What we love the most at Legal Creatives, is to bring the community together! This is why we're announcing today a new Series for the Podcast featuring extraordinarily talented professionals from around the world. This means for the next weeks you will get to hear real stories in Legal Design from all over the world and gain even more real-life insights from our guests. Each episode is designed to inspire you to, to inform you of what's possible with Legal Design, and to transform you! This week, we're releasing the first episode of this Series and you can already get a preview of this interview here: Meet Antonella Puntriano, Lawyer and Business Development Manager and discover how Legal Design has transformed her as a legal professional with this short interview preview. Be sure to listen to the full interview tomorrow once it's released and since we're all about community, please share this episode preview so they can get to listen to this Series with you. In the meantime, you can also listen to previous 10 episodes by your Podcast Host Tessa Manuello, to get to discover and to use her real-life insights in Legal Design. Let's spread the word! The first episode will be released tomorrow, stay tuned!

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RZ Traveler ,

Great podcast for legal designers!

As the CEO of a legal tech startup, design is crucial and Tessa does a great job diving into relevant topics and sharing insight!

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