Flinders University Law in a Digital Age Pitch Presentations 2019: Winners Announced

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Flinders University Law in a Digital Age Pitch Presentations 2019: Winners Announced

On Thursday 20 June, Flinders University held its inaugural Law in a Digital Age Pitch Presentations where student teams presented the work that they created over the course of the semester.

The student teams were paired with a not-for-profit organisation and created a real-world legal application for their organisation in order to help promote access to justice.  The teams presented their applications before the following judges:

  • John Lord, Group Chairman, Neota Logic
  • Gabrielle Canny, Director, Legal Services Commission
  • Daniel Kiley, HWL Ebsworth

After much deliberation, the judges announced ‘Apprenticeship Compliance Manager’ as the winning application. ‘District Court Process Navigator’ was also announced the winner of the People’s Choice Award.  A list of all of the applications created in the subject is below:

Organisation: JusticeNet

  • Service of Documents Explainer
  • Bankruptcy Navigator
  • Application Form
  • District Court Process Navigator (People’s Choice Award)


Organisation: Fiona Tillman / Trade With Us

  • Apprenticeship Compliance Manager (Best Application)
  • Host Employer Compliance Manager


Organisation: Community Bridging Services

  • DSP Eligibility Advisor
  • DSP and Work Calculator
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