67 episodes

The legal industry is changing but to what, for whom, where, why and how? Join us each month to learn about the next best practices in legal practice and how it applies to your firm or organisation. Learn from the people who are “walking the talk.” Hear what they are doing and what has driven them to do things differently for their clients, their people, their organisations and themselves and, how they measure and learn from success and failure. We’re going to get candid, super practical and yes, we’re going to get legally innovative too!

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The legal industry is changing but to what, for whom, where, why and how? Join us each month to learn about the next best practices in legal practice and how it applies to your firm or organisation. Learn from the people who are “walking the talk.” Hear what they are doing and what has driven them to do things differently for their clients, their people, their organisations and themselves and, how they measure and learn from success and failure. We’re going to get candid, super practical and yes, we’re going to get legally innovative too!

    Episode 67 - ReinventED Legal Business: The Case Studies – Foundd Legal

    Episode 67 - ReinventED Legal Business: The Case Studies – Foundd Legal

    In this podcast for CLI’s ReinventED Legal Business: The Case Studies series, Riz McDonald, Founder and Director of Foundd Legal discussed how she turned her dream about being her own boss into a reality and combined her passion for small business with her knowledge and understanding of the law to make Foundd the go-to legal service provider for businesses in the creative sphere.
    Since its inception, Foundd has grown into a practice that is known for putting its clients first, supporting the growth of small businesses, and delivering an outcome-focused service that stays in touch with the needs of its clients. Essentially, Riz is a part of each client's team, as an in-house lawyer of sorts - except in her own house!
    Foundd operates entirely online, and offers comprehensive contract templates, custom services for the tailoring and review of legal documents, and short courses geared towards like-minded entrepreneurs who are ready to learn how to make their business legally legit.
    If you would prefer to watch rather than listen to this session, you’ll find the video in our CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub here
    Don't forget to also check out and save the date for the other fabulous FREE ReinventED Legal Business: The Case Studies webinars - you'll find the details and registration links as we add them here.

    • 51 min
    Episode 66 - What do clients really want (B2B and B2C)?

    Episode 66 - What do clients really want (B2B and B2C)?

    Do we know what our clients really want from us? Is it the same as what it used to be and if not, how do we know and what’s changed? Should the client experience of our legal practices differ in the B2B or B2C market or, are there some things that every client wants? Are we providing legal services and products that best suit lawyers or those that truly cater to clients? What have we learnt from working with clients differently during COVID-19? What can we learn and emulate in the world of client experience from other industries?
    In this session, Howard Wilbury, Managing Director, Dutch Uncle, facilitated a discussion with those who “walk” this “talk” every day in the legal world of client experience:
    Justine Lamond, National Marketing and Business Manager, Nexus Law Group Melissa Scott, Senior Legal Counsel (Global), Megaport Carl White, Chief Experience Officer and Director, CXINLAW This podcast was part of the CLI-ALPMA Innovation and Legaltech Week 2021 Live program on 11 February 2021.
    If you would prefer to watch rather than listen to this podcast, you’ll find the video in our CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub here.

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Episode 65 - Roundtable Discussion: The next legal services/products client is…?

    Episode 65 - Roundtable Discussion: The next legal services/products client is…?

    Can we profile today, the next legal services or products client? What do we know? What don’t we know? What are the key factors to consider? Do things like geography matter in a tech based, borderless world? How will we communicate and what tools will we use? How far ahead should we go – a year or a decade? What do we know today that MUST influence our clients’ choices tomorrow? What can we learn from other industries?
    In this podcast, Melissa Lyon, Executive Director and Experience Designer, Hive Legal and CLI Advisory Board member, facilitated a panel discussion focused on developing a profile of the next legal services/products client:
    Debra Filippin, Head of Business Development Asia Pacific, Pinsent Masons Michael Morrissey, Managing Director, Founder, Principal, Morrissey Law + Advisory Marlo Osborne-Smith, Director, NewLaw, PwC Carolyn Reynolds, General Counsel, Vicinity Centres This podcast was part of the CLI-ALPMA Innovation and Legaltech Week 2021 Live program on 11 February 2021.
    If you would prefer to watch rather than listen to this podcast, you’ll find the video in our CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub here.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Episode 64 - The Dos and Don’ts of Social Media Marketing

    Episode 64 - The Dos and Don’ts of Social Media Marketing

    Don’t think social media marketing is important in the legal world? Well, it might be time to think again! 
    In this podcast, digital marketing gurus Kaitlyn Gillies and Hayley Peters, Co-Founders, Oh My Digital Agency stepped us through the dos and don’ts of social media marketing. They were joined by  Adriana Giometti, Chief Marketing & Client Relations Officer, Holman Webb Lawyers and Rizwana McDonald, Founder and Director, Foundd Legal, who discussed how they have used social media as an integral part of marketing their firms and connecting with their clients.
    This podcast was part of the CLI-ALPMA Innovation and Legaltech Week 2021 Live program on 11 February 2021.
    If you would prefer to watch rather than listen to this podcast, you’ll find the video in our CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub here.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 63 - Roundtable discussion: Connecting the dots between people and business performance

    Episode 63 - Roundtable discussion: Connecting the dots between people and business performance

    What’s the connection between innovation, legaltech and business performance – people! As we fast approach a marketplace where legaltech is widely available and affordable, legal practice will be less about what you know or can do with that tech and all about how you work collaboratively and leverage your experience through it. In this world, the dots between the engagement of your people and business performance are inextricably interconnected – it’s not people versus profit, its great people or no profit!
    In this podcast, Terri Mottershead, Executive Director, Centre for Legal Innovation (Australia, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific), facilitated a discussion exploring how connecting the dots between people and business performance is  influencing and impacting strategic talent management in the legal industry, and every industry, from recruitment to succession planning and everything in between.
    Terri was joined by people centred thought leaders and doers:
    Jason Elias, Chief Executive Officer/Specialist Legal Recruiter, Elias Recruitment and Australian Recruitment Leader of the Year 2020 Emily Mortimer, Director Human Resources, Piper Alderman Deborah Stonley, Director of People & Culture, Maddocks Natasha Winton, Senior Director HR, Asia Pacific, The Boston Consulting Group This podcast was part of the CLI-ALPMA Innovation and Legaltech Week 2021 Live program on 10 February 2021.
    If you would prefer to watch rather than listen to this podcast, you’ll find the video in our CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub here.

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Episode 62 - Future of work: Hands to heads to hearts!

    Episode 62 - Future of work: Hands to heads to hearts!

    In 2017, Thomas Friedman challenged us to reflect on how we would all work differently in the age of technology. In 2021, it’s time to ask the tough questions and…act! So, if machines can do what lawyers used to do, better, cheaper, and faster, why do we need lawyers? How will lawyers continue to add value? How do we define that value? Could it be, at a time when there is so much focus on technology, that ethical responsibilities, humanity, and purpose, our “hearts,” will be our most enduring and endearing asset? 
    In this podcast, Karen Finch, CEO, Legally Yours Pty Ltd, facilitated a discussion with the people who are re-shaping the future of legal work and, consequently, supporting the evolution of a new and different legal workplace culture:
    Martine Barclay, Principal Psychotherapist, Leadership Coach & Wellbeing Expert, Redefine Your Edge Tom Dreyfus, CEO & Co-Founder, Josef Sarah El-Atm, General Manager, August Louise Ferris, Chief People Officer, McCullough Robertson This podcast was part of the CLI-ALPMA Innovation and Legaltech Week 2021 Live program on 10 February 2021.
    If you would prefer to watch rather than listen to this podcast, you’ll find the video in our CLI-Collaborate (CLIC) free resource hub here.

    • 1 hr 31 min

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