Innovation and the law
Thursday 2 March 2017
The College of Law City
|CPD||3 CPD units|
Hear from Terri Mottershead, Director, Centre for Legal Innovation, The College of Law, Principal, Mottershead Consulting and Convenor, Women in Legal Leadership Network. The very latest developments and issues in innovation and the law will be discussed and dissected in this seminar.
Director, Centre for Legal Innovation, The College of Law
Principal, Mottershead Consulting and Convenor
Terri has worked with the world’s largest law firm associations and law firms including Lex Mundi, IPBA and DLA Piper LLP (US) for more than 20 years to support and develop their best talent. After working as a practising lawyer for 10 years, Terri moved into the worlds of practical legal education, talent management and consulting. Terri founded Mottershead Consulting to focus on supporting lawyers and law firms in transitioning their practices to the “new normal” legal services market. Because people innovate and firms do not, advising on change management, talent management and legal innovation for lawyers and law firms form the cornerstones of Terri’s consulting practice.
Understanding that change and transition is not easy and can lead to bumps in the road, Terri launched Mottershead Mediation in 2014 to facilitate business conflict resolution and support people in finding the best way to collaborate and work together. She is a nationally accredited mediator in Australia.
Having identified the need for enhanced networking opportunities and practical leadership programs for women lawyers in Australasia, Terri launched the Women in Legal Leadership Network (WLLNet) in January 2016. The WLLNet’s inaugural Institute will be held in October 2016. This will be a residential style multi-day executive leadership program for women in law featuring international and local workshop leaders and coaches.
Terri's work at the forefront of legal innovation was recently recognised with her appointment as the founding Director of the newly created Centre for Legal Innovation at the College of Law. Her work at the Centre will include collaborating with all interested stakeholders to build a platform for discussion and experience sharing about the changes taking place in the legal industry; identifying practical solutions to the most challenging issues; and developing new courses/programs to support all legal professionals so they can capitalise on opportunities.
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