Australasian Lawyer TV

Australasian Lawyer TV brings you closer to the industry's most influential leaders and thinkers. Click on the videos below to watch the interviews:

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Privacy: Put yourself in the consumers' shoes

12 months after the Australian Privacy Principles were introduced; companies are still inadvertently compromising the privacy of personal information.  Gilbert + Tobin partner, Peter Leonard, says there has been a rise in the unauthorised use of personal information by businesses, and thus firms must be advising how the principles can be effectively implemented.
  • Legal Tech Summit highlights cutting-edge thought leadership Legal Tech Summit highlights cutting-edge thought leadership (views 890)

    A sell-out crowd of legal practitioners and tech leaders gathered in Sydney last week for the inaugural Legal Tech Summit. With panel discussions, case studies, TED-style Tech Talks and solutions from service providers on display, delegates gained insights into the latest developments in this rapidly changing field from the industry’s most innovative practitioners.

  • Record crowd attends 2017 Australasian Law Awards Record crowd attends 2017 Australasian Law Awards (views 3931)

    680 legal professionals gathered at The Star Sydney on Thursday 18 May for the 2017 Australasian Law Awards. 34 awards were presented to the top firms, in-house teams, leading individuals and landmark deals over the past year.

  • Benefitting from global consolidations Benefitting from global consolidations (views 3122)

    With more global law firms emerging in the past decade, the onus is on the leaders of these firms to outline and demonstrate their unique value proposition to clients. Paul Rawlinson, Global Chair at Baker McKenzie, outlines to Australian Lawyer what his firm’s strategy is, and how it’s positioning them well for the future

  • Moving with the times: Lawyers on Demand Moving with the times: Lawyers on Demand (views 6546)

    As traditional operating models in the legal profession continue to evolve, so too are the support services provided to lawyers. One company, Lawyers on Demand, now offers 600 flexible lawyers and consultants in eight locations worldwide. ALTV sat down with co-founders and co-directors Simon Harper and Ken Jagger to discuss this new era in alternative legal services.

  • How to market a legal practice How to market a legal practice (views 6472)

    K&L Gates has become one of the world’s most recognisable legal brands in just a few years. Australasian Lawyer sat down with chief marketing officer Jeffrey J. Berardi to find out what lawyers can take away from the firm’s marketing strategy

  • From Iraq to the corridors of power From Iraq to the corridors of power (views 4766)

    Lawyer-turned inspirational speaker Rabia Siddique’s experience as a hostage in Iraq was nothing compared to the slur campaign she endured after suing the British government. Sitting down with Australasian Lawyer, she shares her story.

  • Secrets of pro bono success Secrets of pro bono success (views 4927)

    Australasian Lawyer speaks with Clayton Utz pro bono partner and national practice head David Hillard and Marcus Ross, Community Connect manager, to find out the secret to corporate responsibility and pro bono success.

  • Partnering in pro bono Partnering in pro bono (views 5167)

    Lawyers from DLA Piper partnered with the legal team at AIG to research the cross-jurisdictional statutory compensation for survivors of human trafficking. Australasian Lawyer sat down with AIG general counsel Peter Hopkins and DLA Piper pro bono partner Catriona Martin to discuss the resulting report, ‘Road to Recovery’.

  • Breaking out of the mould: From private practice to in-house lawyer Breaking out of the mould: From private practice to in-house lawyer (views 5804)

    As more and more lawyers move from private practice to in-house, Australasian Lawyer sat down with acting Kimberly Clarke general counsel George Papanikitas for his tips on how to make the transition seamlessly.