Join us as our students showcase their law app designs developed during semester two 2021.
Gary Cazalet taught the tenth Law Apps class at Melbourne Law School. Over the semester the class learnt about legal technology, disruption in the legal profession, innovation, creativity and human centred design.
Groups of students identified legal needs that are not served adequately by existing legal processes. Using Josef and Neota Logic software, the teams built web based applications and chat bots to empower their users. Applications and chat bots were built from the ground up using human centred design.
Students enthusiastically responded to the challenge of designing, testing and building applications across a semester which was entirely online.
Our student teams competed for the honour of being judged the Herbert Smith Freehills Best Law App.
With thanks to the judges for Semester 2, 2021:
Alan Peckham, Chief Administrative Officer, Herbert Smith Freehills
John Lord, Chairman, Neota Logic
Kate Fischer-Doherty, Director, Melbourne Law School Clinics