Innovation in legal education

On this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with Leo Cussen Centre for Law, we explore the nexus between lawyers’ professional development and legal innovation, and why thinking differently about education in a post-pandemic market is so essential.

By Robyn Tongol 14 December 2022 Podcast
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Host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Leo Cussen mentor and lawyer Liz Chase and ANIKA Legal chief executive Noel Lim to discuss the state of affairs in legal innovation, how and why the importance of innovation has been heightened in recent times, the inextricable need to improve access to justice, and the place for partnerships for optimal delivery of legal education in the future, such as that between Leo Cussen and ANIKA.

Liz and Noel also delve into the need to develop a disruptive mindset that can heal a broken system, the broader benefits that those coming through the ranks can provide to broader society by thinking and practising differently, the need to avoid being left behind in such professional development, and the pertinent questions to ask one’s self in ensuring an innovative approach moving forward.

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