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Ever dreamed of doing stand up comedy? How about writing for film and TV? If you've got a creative streak this episode is for you.Today you'll meet a couple of lawyers turned creatives who are tearing up the world of entertainment.Nick Musgrove is a dual Australian Writers Guild Award nominated film and television writer. He wrote 'Wrong Kind of Bl…
 
Meet Madeline Oldfield from Google. For two decades her award-winning human-centred and service design projects have made major impacts at some of Australia’s biggest businesses and government organisations.Today you'll get priceless insights from Madeline’s experiences at the forefront of getting organisations to rethink the way they think.www.mon…
 
When we think of law we tend to think of suits, wigs and courtrooms. One thing we rarely associate law with is food.So what would motivate two young lawyers to leap out of a legal career and start something revolutionary in the food business?Today you'll meet Penny Hagekyriakou, lawyer turned CEO of Drool, a food experience and event business that …
 
Life After Law School returns with a new season, featuring three conversations with amazing law graduates who are doing inspiring things with their law degrees. From managing partnerships and privacy at Google, to standup comedy, screenwriting and food startups - you'll meet some fascinating people and learn their tips and tricks for landing the ca…
 
Have you ever felt the odds are stacked against you? You want to follow a path but you fear being rejected or not fitting in? Today you're going to meet someone who has had a truly remarkable journey. You'll learn how you can create your own opportunities rather than waiting for them.Rugare Gomo is a law graduate, Humanitarian, and Life & Business …
 
Has COVID changed how the legal industry operates? Or were these changes overdue and COVID is just getting the credit?Since we recorded Episode 5 with Karen Finch (CEO, Legally Yours) the legal industry has been upended by the pandemic. In this bonus episode we check in with Karen about how NewLaw can thrive in the current environment, and how lawy…
 
These days, our special guest is riding high as CEO of a successful legal services company in the 'NewLaw' space. But sometimes success can be hard-won, and for Legally Yours CEO Karen Finch it involved a major reassessment of who and what she wanted to be.Faculty of Law, Monash University, Australiawww.monash.edu/lawLegally Yourswww.legallyyours.c…
 
How will the legal system adapt to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic? What will this mean for law students?On today’s podcast you’ll meet Rose Inglis from the Law Institute of Victoria. Rose will discuss how law students can use this time to start planning for the new legal landscape that will emerge.Faculty of Law, Monash University, Austral…
 
It’s rare for a career path to lay itself out in front of you in a straight line through an open field. Think of yourself as the main character in a story. Your career is a hero’s quest: from a sleepy village, through the forest, across the seas, slaying dragons, climbing mountains, to find the holy grail. Katherine Brabon, law graduate and Vogel L…
 
Chances are you're a fan of online shopping. You click on ‘Go to checkout’, pay for what’s in your cart and wait patiently for your purchase to arrive. But what happens between the point of paying and the goods actually arriving in the mail?Today, we’ll meet two law graduates who play an important role in getting those goods to your door.Faculty of…
 
Today we meet three law graduates who have started their career journey in consulting.While they all found the law interesting, they didn't really want to be lawyers.Instead, they've found that by following their "pure interest" and possessing a willingness to learn, they've found an unexpected career pathway open up to them.Faculty of Law, Monash …
 
If you’re a law student, chances are you’re finding yourself drowning in a huge amount of information about your career. Often at law school the focus can be on getting a job at a major law firm. While it’s a great ambition, it’s not the whole picture.Around 50 per cent of all law graduates choose to work in areas other than law. Of those who do go…
 
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