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Cullen Macleod & Curtin Law School: In conversation with Professor Mitch Kowalski, strategic advisor on legal innovation

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Cullen Macleod & Curtin Law School proudly invite you to an evening of lively discussion about legal service innovation.

Event details

Join us for an evening of lively discussion about legal service innovation.

Date
Friday 13 July 2018
Time
5.00 pm registration. 5.30 pm – 6.50 pm event. 6.50 pm – 7.30 pm refreshments.
Venue
Room 208, Curtin Law School, 57 Murray Street, Perth WA 6000
mitch kowalski

Professor Kowalski is the author of the critically-acclaimed books, “The Great Legal Reformation: Notes from the Field” and “Avoiding Extinction: Reimagining Legal Services for the 21st Century”.

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About Professor Mitch Kowalski

Professor Kowalski is the Gowling WLG visiting Professor in Legal Innovation at the University of Calgary Law School where he researches and teaches innovation in the global legal services market. He is also a strategic advisor to in-house legal departments and law firms on the redesign of legal service delivery. Before that, he was a partner at a large international law firm, and he has also acted in the role of in-house legal counsel.

Professor Kowalski was a keynote speaker at the recent Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Conference hosted by Curtin Law School. He has, this week, delivered an intensive program on “Designing Smarter Legal Service” for Curtin Law students.

About Cullen Macleod

Cullen Macleod is a boutique legal services business with top tier lawyers, service and clients, who have an established track record of success. Their lawyers advise industry bodies, teach at law schools and sit on business boards and legal committees to improve the way the courts run and legal services are provided. Cullen Macleod’s director, Catriona Macleod has a particular interest in the way the legal services world is changing and the challenges and opportunities this provides both to clients and the people that work within the legal services industry.