by Michael Bidwell, The Legal Forecast September is Brisbane Pride Month celebrating its 28th year supporting the LGBTI+ community. As an openly gay lawyer, Editor in Chief for The Legal Forecast and Events Coordinator for Pride in Law, I wanted to write this article as a reminder of how far Read more…
Legal Design Thinking By Erika Ly, The Legal Forecast There is immense curiosity in the concept of ‘design thinking’ in the innovation literature. Yet, for a phrase so ubiquitous, it is often misunderstood by lawyers. In practice, design thinking can be a useful framework for learning and change when Read more…
“Self-learning AI poses interesting and difficult questions for the law. In particular, who is legally liable when self-learning AI goes wrong? The programmers? The users? Or even the AI itself?”
The New Lawyer podcast: Episode 17 – NZLS President Kathryn Beck talks Employment Law, the future of NZ lawyers and loving your work
Kathryn talks about her career as an employment lawyer, her involvement in the Law Society, her vision for the best future for law in New Zealand, her advice to new lawyers, her thoughts on mental health for lawyers, and her joy and love for the practice of law.
Some handy legal te reo Māori terms and phrases to use in the classroom, office and in court!
The New Lawyer podcast: Episode 16 – Anna talks all-or-nothing in practice, the work of a litigation solicitor, and what great law firm culture looks like
In this episode of The New Lawyer podcast Katie Cowan talks to Anna about all-or-nothing in practice, the work of a litigation solicitor, and what great law firm culture looks like.
“When one thinks of frontier areas of law, criminal law is hardly the first that springs to mind. However, in recent times, criminal justice has seen the emergence of artificial intelligence in the courtroom”