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Creating Innovation In Legal Practice

As part of an innovative research and education project we are offering the opportunity to learn about your own behavioural preferences and to see how these fit into the process of innovation.  Few people are good at everything.  What will your contribution look like?  Who do you need to work with to make things happen?

All it involves is 3 simple steps!

 

Step 1. Complete your Lumina Spark behavioural portrait FREE!

Step 2. Enhance your future-facing skills at a lively interactive in-person workshop.

Step 3. Get started on your innovation journey by attending our virtual workshop sessions.

 

Who is it for?

  • Lawyers and allied professionals in practice who are curious about innovation and what it might mean for them and want to meet future talent

  • Undergraduates, LPC & SQE students, apprentices and trainees who want to understand how they might contribute to innovation and the future of legal practice

What will I gain from it?

  • A free Lumina Spark behavioural portrait worth £150 that will uncover your strengths as an innovator

  • The opportunity to talk to young talent/future employers

  • Learn about what law firms are doing to work in new ways

  • The chance to super-charge your career by demonstrating your engagement with change

When & where?

  • In-person:

24th November, 9.30 – 12noon

hosted by the University of Birmingham at The Exchange, 3 Centenary Sq, Birmingham B1 2DR

 

  • Online:

29th November, 12.30 – 1.30pm

6th December 12.30 – 1.30pm

13th December 12.30 – 1.30pm

 

Who's running it?

  • Former barrister and multi award-winning legal learning professional Nicola Jones.

  • Professor of Leadership & Organization Studies at the Business School, University of Birmingham, Scott Taylor

  • Dr Emma Flint, Reader in Legal Education at the University of Aston

 

Who's supporting it?

  • University of Birmingham Law School

  • Birmingham Business School

  • University of Aston

  • The University of Law

  • Lumina Learning

  • Birmingham Law Society

 

Come and learn about yourself, about innovation and how to work with others to bring law to life for everyone!

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