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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.

    Episode 30: The long-term value of Design with Rich Brophy (Australia)

    Episode 30: The long-term value of Design with Rich Brophy (Australia)

    In this episode of The Legal Creatives Podcast, we speak with Rich Brophy, partner and strategic design lead of Pickle Inc. an Australian legal design studio. 🇦🇺 Rich has led design for everyone from Google to government, and brings sharply-honed skills from a range of industries to legal design. 💡 The goal: Access to justice for all. ⚖️🙋🏽‍♀️ Before working in legal design, Rich has worked as an advertising creative, tv director and presenter, and a stand-up comedian.🤭

    Here's what you will learn in this Episode:

    - How to use Design Thinking in legal work and how it can change the way the service is showcased and delivered to clients

    - Why you need to believe in the long-term value of Design

    - Why being both analytical and creative is key to improving legal processes

    - How to be more client-centric in the way you communicate about your legal services

    - How to overcome the risk-averse mindset to start experimenting more

    - How to test assumptions to validate hypotheses quickly with users

    - How to learn from other's failures to unlock the opportunity for design

    - The tools to use to onboard your legal team in this journey

    - The biggest value of hosting a Legal Design workshop

    - Particular cases or projects where Legal Design can play an important role

    Like this episode?

    Subscribe to The Legal Creatives Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app. Share this with your friends and Colleagues on Linkedin, Twitter or Instagram. 🎉

    Take the Next Step!

    👉 Go to legalcreatives.com/now to learn the Legal Design toolkit, to practice it, and to develop the experimental mindset, being both analytical and creative!

    📌 Follow Rich Brophy on LinkedIn to continue the conversation: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardbrophy/

    Visit Pickle Inc at:

    https://pickleinc.com.au/ to discover more!

    • 34 min
    Episode 29: The benefits of Transitioning from Self-Taught to Professional Legal Design Training - With Lorenza Villa (Italy)

    Episode 29: The benefits of Transitioning from Self-Taught to Professional Legal Design Training - With Lorenza Villa (Italy)

    In this episode of The Legal Creatives Podcast, we speak with Lorenza Villa, a commercial lawyer who specialized in privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity based in Italy. 🇮🇹 Lorenza shares her insights on why Legal Design is important💡, how it has changed her practice 🧩 and the way she reduces the gap between her client and their legal documents 🚀 . She is now in the process of re-drafting privacy policies, using a new layout, text boxes, colors, and icons to better present complex legal concepts in the field of privacy. 🔐 

    Here's what you will learn in this Episode:

    -The legal profession is constantly evolving, and with it, the way we approach legal design. In order to keep up with the latest changes and trends, it is important to take the time to pause and reflect on what we’ve learned. This allows us to unlearn old ways of thinking and relearn new approaches.

    - While self-taught skills are valuable, formal training in Legal Design offers a more holistic understanding of the field. This includes an understanding of the theories and concepts that underlie Legal Design, as well as how to apply those concepts in practice. Additionally, a Legal Design training also provides access to a community of practitioners who can offer support and advice.

    - Ensuring clarity and legal compliance can be a difficult task, but it is important for protecting the interests of all involved. By taking the time to properly design contracts, we can help to ensure that everyone understands their rights and responsibilities under the agreement. 

    Like this episode?

    Subscribe to The Legal Creatives Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app. Share this with your friends and Colleagues on Linkedin, Twitter or Instagram. 🎉

    Take the Next Step! 

    👉 Go to legalcreatives.com/now to transition from Self-Taught to Professional Legal Design Training & Practicing

    📌 Follow Lorenza Villa on Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorenzamaria-villa  Thanks for listening!

    • 22 min
    Episode 28: The Power of Iteration in Legal Design - With Marco Mendola (UK)

    Episode 28: The Power of Iteration in Legal Design - With Marco Mendola (UK)

    🎙 Marco Mendola 🍄 is the Founder at MM3 Legal 🎸 (United Kingdom) - Legal Innovation Superhero 🦸🏽‍♂️| Trainee lawyer at Hoare Lea 🏗️| Value creator and legal designer 🎩 He has extensive experience in law & digital technologies, contract review and data protection. His superpowers are empathy, visual thinking and storytelling ✍

    In this episode, we talk about everything from building a personal brand to developing breakthrough strategies for contract design and gamification of the law including how to tackle the legal challenges of Web3! If you're looking for ways to stand out and get ahead in your legal career, this is the perfect episode for you.

    You will learn how to apply design principles to the practice of law. With our guest, Marco Mendola we're talking about the power of iteration in Legal Design. Here's what you will learn in this Episode:

    - One of the most important aspects of designing for the law is the ability to iterate on your designs. This means that you're never done with a design, but rather you're constantly making small improvements based on feedback and testing.

    - Prototyping is another important aspect of Legal Design. This involves creating a rough version of your design so that you can get feedback early on and make sure that you're headed in the right direction.

    - Asking for feedback is essential in both Iteration and prototyping. Without feedback, it's difficult to know whether you're on the right track or not. So make sure to get feedback from as many people as possible, at every stage of your design process.

    I hope you will find this episode helpful. If you did, please subscribe to the show and leave a review. And remember, if you keep iterating and prototyping, you'll eventually end up with a great design! So tune in, and let's get started on your journey to becoming a legal creative.

    👉 Go to legalcreatives.com/now to take the next step!

    Like this episode?

    Subscribe to The Legal Creatives Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app. Share this with your friends and Colleagues on Linkedin, Twitter or Instagram.


    📍Follow Marco Mendola on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcomendola/
    And follow MM3 Legal: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mm3-legal-services/

    Thanks for listening!

    • 20 min
    Episode 27: Building the World's First Social Token for the Legal Community - With Robert Hanna (UK)

    Episode 27: Building the World's First Social Token for the Legal Community - With Robert Hanna (UK)

    Robert Hanna is on a mission to build a kind, collaborative and happy legal community 🌍

    🪙 Founder of Legally Speaking Club - $LEGAL - World's first social token that rewards the legal community
    🗣️ LinkedIn Audio Townhall Host, News Contributor, Beta Product Tester & Creator Accelerator Programme Cohort 2022
    🎙️ Top 1% Ranked Podcast Host
    🏆 CIO TIMES: Most Inspiring Leader
    🥇 Featured in The Lawyer, The Modern Lawyer, Thomson Reuters & More

    𝐈𝐬 𝐟𝐢𝐧𝐝𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐫𝐢𝐠𝐡𝐭 𝐥𝐞𝐠𝐚𝐥 𝐜𝐚𝐫𝐞𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐩𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐚 𝐛𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐥𝐞 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐲𝐨𝐮⁉️ Take The 𝐇𝐚𝐩𝐩𝐲 𝐋𝐚𝐰𝐲𝐞𝐫 Quiz 👉 https://happylawyerquiz.scoreapp.com 

    - In this Podcast Episode, Robert Hanna is sharing about his journey into Web3, why he's making a strategic decision in creating the Legal Coin and gathering his legal community in Web3.

    - If you enjoy this podcast visit legalcreatives.com/now and be part of the world’s greatest Legal Design Innovation platform. Get access today to a community and a platform that is essential to any legal professional who want to transform their practice, build better brands and win new customers, creating the legal services of the future, today!

    👉 Go to legalcreatives.com/now to get started, or if you’re already on this journey visit your platform to keep growing.  

    Like this episode?

    Subscribe to The Legal Creatives Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app. Share this with your friends and Colleagues on Linkedin, Twitter or Instagram.

    📍Follow Robert Hanna on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roberthanna/ 

    • 13 min
    The Podcast Will be Hosted & Recorded Live in our New HQ in the Metaverse, with Networking Segments! New Podcast Format - Teaser 3/3

    The Podcast Will be Hosted & Recorded Live in our New HQ in the Metaverse, with Networking Segments! New Podcast Format - Teaser 3/3

    🎉 Discover the new Legal Creatives Podcast format that will allow you to interact with the Guests and enjoy Networking with other Podcast Listeners! In this Third Episode Teaser, you will discover the Podcast format and how you can make the most of our new HW in the Metaverse to interact with our guests and meet other listeners!  

    💥💥 Hosted in our Brand New HQ in the Metaverse, the Podcast will be a series of Events where you will be able to interact just like IRL, ask questions to the guests, and interact with other attendees. This Podcast Season will be like no other and we can't wait to see you being a part of it! 🎉🎉 

    🔝 Listen to the Podcast Episode Teaser to discover a very new way to do Learning, Podcasting and Networking!  🙌

    • 9 min
    How to use and apply the Legal Design methodology in practice? New Podcast Format - Teaser 2/3

    How to use and apply the Legal Design methodology in practice? New Podcast Format - Teaser 2/3

    ⚡️Legal Creatives has a New and Exciting Podcast Format! It's refreshing, new, innovative, and will allow you to do networking like never before! 🎊🎊

    In this Second Episode Teaser, you will learn how to use and apply the Legal Design methodology in practice. You will discover the content and format of our upcoming Legal Design Pro Immersion starting on September 14th, 2022, Live & Online 📆

    Take your Pass before the price rises at legalcreatives.com/get-certified 🎫  Space is limited for the Immersion and we have a few seats available for you to join us! This is the 7th Edition of the Legal Design Pro Immersion and we really hope to see you there.

    🔝 Listen to the Podcast Episode Teaser #2 to discover the most effective way to learn and use the Legal Design methodology and get Certified! 🙌

    • 8 min

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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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