29 episodes

Welcome to Rose Tinted Law The Podcast.

Are you a law student, lawyer or other legal professional who is looking for a trusted source of legal career advice, inspiration and support? Well, you are in the right place.

Rose Tinted Law is here to open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you. Host Rose Inglis chats with legal leaders, career mentors and shares plenty of legal career advice, so that you may also carve out your unique place in the legal profession.

Connect with Rose: @rosetintedlaw or https://rosetintedlaw.com.au

Rose Tinted Law The Podcast Rose Inglis, Founder, Rose Tinted Law

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Welcome to Rose Tinted Law The Podcast.

Are you a law student, lawyer or other legal professional who is looking for a trusted source of legal career advice, inspiration and support? Well, you are in the right place.

Rose Tinted Law is here to open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you. Host Rose Inglis chats with legal leaders, career mentors and shares plenty of legal career advice, so that you may also carve out your unique place in the legal profession.

Connect with Rose: @rosetintedlaw or https://rosetintedlaw.com.au

    1% - How to start a niche podcast that people love

    1% - How to start a niche podcast that people love

    Rose, how do you start a podcast? What did you do?



    In this episode, I tell you. I answer five questions about starting a podcast asked by members of my community:


    What time and resources do you need to commit to your podcast initially? And what about now that you do it more regularly?


    How do we decide upon our target audience? There are so many possibilities that people can pursue with their time. How do we get their attention? Should that be our goal, or perhaps just to put out what we believe in and see what happens? 


    What tech do you use? Should we use video? 


    What post production do you do and how do you get it done? Do you do it yourself or outsource it? Do you have a background in recording or editing software?


    What are your reflections now that you have been podcasting for a while? Has it been worth it? How do you measure success or a sense that you are using your time and resources productively? 



    I hope you enjoy this honest conversation and it helps open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you. 



    Did you enjoy this episode? Why don’t you send this episode to a friend? And how about you also leave me a review on Apple Podcasts? 



    You can connect, follow and me on: 

    Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/rosetintedlaw/

    Linked In here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roseinglis/ and https://www.linkedin.com/company/rosetintedlaw/



    And you can be the first to know of RTL events and new podcast episodes by signing up to my mailing list: https://rosetintedlaw.com.au

    • 20 min
    Ep 26 - The art (and strategy) of career reinvention with Fiona McLay

    Ep 26 - The art (and strategy) of career reinvention with Fiona McLay

    Fiona is a legal consultant helping lawyers make better use of tech tools. She is also the author of Tech Enabled Lawyer and Consultant and Tech Evangelist at McLay Legal Consulting. She is also someone whose name you will immediately recognise if you are a part of the Australian Legal Innovation and Technology community, where she has a super strong network. 

    Fiona spent 27 years of her legal career as a lawyer in both large and small firms. Then, in 2019 a shift happened, and she started steering her legal career towards consulting and technology. 



    In this episode, we explore that shift. We talk about how and why she opted out of the partnership track and how she embarked upon a very deliberate and brave path of career reinvention. We discuss: 


    The very sensible and conventional start to her legal career;


    Why she decided law firm partnership was not for her;


    How she embraced the “desert of reinvention” and claimed her space in the Australian legal tech ecosystem;


    How she built her strong personal brand and thought leadership, including how she wrote her brilliant book, the Tech Enabled Lawyer;


    Her thoughts on Chat GPT and what it is actually good for; 


    The definition of “tech evangelist” and “knowledge management” and ideas that anyone can implement in their own workplaces;


    And much more.



    I hope you enjoy this honest conversation and it helps open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you. 

    You can find Fiona on Linked In here and check out McLay Legal Consulting at: https://www.mclaylegal.com/  and buy a copy of her brilliant Tech Enabled Lawyer at Booktopia here.



    You can connect with Rose Inglis on: 

    Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/rosetintedlaw/

    Linked In here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roseinglis/ and https://www.linkedin.com/company/rosetintedlaw/

    • 48 min
    Ep 25 - Mollie + Rose having a D&M about motherhood, career, ambition + the juggle

    Ep 25 - Mollie + Rose having a D&M about motherhood, career, ambition + the juggle

    You may recall Mollie Tregillis from episode eight. Mollie absolutely nailed the RTL brief and shared really candidly about her twisty career path from top tier legal practice into legal operations and starting her passion project. 



    We put a call out on social media to each of our communities to ask you what you wanted us to discuss. And today we answer them all. We get very personal and share what our personal and professional lives look like right now, as well as what is working well and what is not. 



    We also share our thoughts on: 


    Managing home life and work life 


    Tips on preparing for, and being on and then returning from parental leave 


    Boundaries between work + home 


    How to manage two parents having big jobs 


    Our tips for self care and the importance of prioritising ourselves for achieving any kind of balance or success


    What having it all and doing it all looks like to each of us 


    And much more. 





    The timing of this podcast is very fortuitous. I have just had my second baby. Mollie and I are both in the thick of figuring it all out. 



    I hope you enjoy this honest conversation and it helps open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you. 



    You can follow Mollie's journey at @mollie_treg on Instagram and on Linked In here.



    And me - @rosetintedlaw and on Linked In - Rose Inglis and Rose Tinted Law

    • 1 hr 4 min
    1% - How to Create Your Unique Legal Career Strategy

    1% - How to Create Your Unique Legal Career Strategy

    * DM me for a copy of the RTL Guide on How To Create Your Unique Legal Career Strategy *



    This is our first 1% episode. Think of it as a 1-on-1 career coaching session between you + me. These 1% episodes are designed to help you figure out how you can carve out your unique place in our legal profession with confidence and purpose. 



    Our first topic is on How to Create Your Unique Legal Career Strategy. In this episode, I talk you through 6 steps that will guide you towards your own version of success that aligns your personal circumstances with your professional goals. 



    I hope you enjoy listening to this honest conversation and it helps open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you.



    Your host,



    Rose xxx



    p.s. Did you find this useful? I would love to hear from you.



    My inbox and DMs are always open -


    Email: rose@rosetintedlaw.com
    Instagram: @rosetintedlaw
    Linked In: Rose Inglis / Rose Tinted Law

    • 17 min
    Ep 24 - Alison Cusack on navigating her unique place in maritime law.

    Ep 24 - Alison Cusack on navigating her unique place in maritime law.

    Alison Cusack is Australia'a most famous maritime lawyer. And in this episode we learn why. 



    Alison is absolutely fabulous. And the definition of someone who is boldly carving out their unique place in our legal profession. She has defied ALL the conventional legal career wisdom and advice to achieve her success.



    She dropped out of Electrical Engineering at Melbourne University to study Law/Business at Victoria University. She then did a generalist ATO Graduate program, before she landed an inhouse legal role at global shipping company ANL. 



    After ANL, she wanted to gain private practice experience. But she obviously did not have it... And the law firms she applied to required it. 



    So what did she do? 



    She started her own law firm to get that private practice legal experience. 



    It was only meant to last 6 months before she got herself a "proper" law firm job. Five years later, Cusack & Co, and Alison Cusack are both thriving. She represents massive global, billion dollar clients and is consistently nominated for industry awards. International law firms are her “competition” and she markets herself via comics. 



    In this honest conversation Alison and I cover how she successfully navigated this very twisty, alternative legal career path, as well as: 


    Failure - who says we have failed? 
    Being liked vs being respected 
    Developing the skills to advocate for gender equality 
    Why we deserve more and how we can demand more
    Law firm marketing and business development 
    Defying the odds and doing it on our own terms



    I hope you enjoy this honest conversation and it helps open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you. 



    Your host,



    Rose 



    You can connect with Alison


    On Linked In here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-cusack/
    On Instagram: @cusack_and_co
    And Tik Tok: @theshippinglawyer
    And via her website: https://www.cusackandco.com.au/



    And me, Rose Inglis:


    @rosetintedlaw on Instagram.
    On Linked In here.
    And via my website here: https://rosetintedlaw.com.au/



    Thank you! Appreciate you!!

    • 1 hr
    Ep 23 - Monica Hanson, Stanford University ACT CCARE, on how compassion helps us evolve from burnout and resiliency and into post traumatic growth.

    Ep 23 - Monica Hanson, Stanford University ACT CCARE, on how compassion helps us evolve from burnout and resiliency and into post traumatic growth.

    In this episode of Rose Tinted Law The Podcast I sit down for an honest conversation with my dear mentor, Monica Hanson.



    Monica is a Stanford Lecturer and the Co-Founder and Director of Applied Compassion Training™ (ACT) at the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education in the Clinical Excellence and Research Center at Stanford School of Medicine.



    I have been a student of Monica’s this year. And the work that I have undertaken shapes the future direction of RTL.



    I am so excited to share this episode with you, where Monica and I discuss:


    What is compassion 


    The difference between compassion and empathy 


    Understanding compassion a skill and a science 


    Suffering in the legal profession 


    Understanding our triggers 


    Skilful responses to triggers in our personal and professional lives 


    What is burnout actually is 


    Why I am sceptical of resilience 


    How compassion can help us evolve from burnout and resilience and into post traumatic growth 


    Applying psychological safety to ourselves 


    The future direction of RTL. 





    I hope you enjoy this honest conversation and it helps open your eyes to the limitless possibilities as to where your legal career may take you. 



    Your host, 

     

    Rose 





    You can connect, follow and Rose Inglis on: 

    Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/rosetintedlaw/

    Linked In here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roseinglis/ and https://www.linkedin.com/company/rosetintedlaw/

    And you can be the first to know of RTL events and new podcast episodes by signing up to my mailing list at my gorgeous new website! https://rosetintedlaw.com.au

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

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3 Ratings

ryakirab ,

Insightful and fun podcast

Love listening to Rose interview people about their career success and challenges. She brings a fun and unique viewpoint to this topic and draws important insightful reflections from her interview subjects.

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