TLF IN THE PRESS
Students latch on to Tinder for legal services
“The Disrupting Law Hackathon is a 54-hour event that involves pitching a new technology idea that can transform the legal industry. The "design jam" – organised by not-for-profit organisation The Legal Forecast and held in Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, NSW and Western Australia – matches students with law firms on a Friday night. They work together over the weekend before presenting to a panel of judges on the Sunday night.”
THE LEGAL FORECAST WINS 2019 AUSTRALIAN YOUNG LAWYER AWARD (ORGANISATION)
“The 2019 Australian Young Lawyer Award (Organisation) winner was The Legal Forecast, for its significant contribution to the legal profession and the community, empowering new ideas and change through the lens of technology, innovation, wellbeing and access to justice.”
The Legal Forecast launches orchestral arm
“The legal industry is stressful, so TLF Creative gives you the opportunity to take a break from the stress of work and express your musical and artistic talents alongside like-minded professionals,” the advocacy group noted in anticipation of the event.
“Our goal with TLF Creative is to foster collaboration, promote positive mental health and enable creative and talented legal professionals to meet socially, on a regular basis, and collectively pursue musical goals.”