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Case Studies

In our industry-partnered programs, we have helped students build dynamic legal tech solutions that address real legal issues in: 

  • Commercial law;

  • Family law;

  • Cyber insurance;

  • Health and aged care services; and

  • Employment law. 


Lander & Rogers Family Law and Innovation Clinic

We collaborated with Lander & Rogers and Monash University law students to streamline the family law court process for litigants.


Four Monash students created the Family Law Court Mapan interactive journey map that visually summarises key events and stages in a family law matter. 

Here's what Genevieve Collins, CEO of Lander & Rogers had to say: 

“Lander & Rogers believes that our next generation law graduates need digital skills to thrive as practising lawyers. It has been a privilege to design and host the first Law Tech Clinics in partnership with BotL. We are proud to work with BotL in shaping our industry's exciting future.”

Maddocks Law Tech Clinic

Monash University law students designed and built apps that addressed real legal issues within Maddocks' practice groups. The students built two applications:  

Procurement workflow: A digitised form that allows public sector clients to efficiently complete conflict of interest declarations.

Expert automation: A comprehensive tool that helps healthcare professionals navigate complex regulatory requirements relating to reporting incidents. 

This is what supervising lawyer Tamie Duncan-Bible, Senior Associate at Maddocks had to say:

"Collaborating with BotL and the Monash students was a rewarding opportunity for us and Maddocks. BotL's 12-week Law Tech Clinic enabled us to work with BotL and today's law students to experience legal technology, create and drive innovative solutions for efficient, user friendly and cost effective delivery of legal services."

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Legal Design and Tech Competition

BotL collaborated with The University of Melbourne to run an extracurricular competition, which included lawyers from King & Wood Mallesons and Maddocks as mentors to students.

Across 6 weeks, 60 students developed apps such as contract management tools, and casual employment conversion rate apps.

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