You know: the repetitive emails and messages asking you the same questions you’ve already answered many times before, or the time-consuming process of intake and triage, or having to pull together the same contracts and documents over and over again.
If it sounds like you – and let’s be honest, it’s all of us – then register for our Designer & Builder Program. It’s a world-class and free legal automation and innovation education program, and a brilliant opportunity to learn legaltech and design thinking skills to keep you ahead of the curve and future-proofed.
Even if you’re not a “tech-y” person, the concepts and tools that this program covers will be relevant to your day-to-day work and your practice. You’lll learn how to identify a use case and how to prototype, and you’ll get step-by-step guidance to build a fully-functioning and well-designed bot on Josef – a no-code, drag-and-drop legal automation platform.
If this sounds exciting, intriguing and/or challenging, you can register here for the next intake of Josef’s Designer & Builder Program, which launches on the week starting 15 March 2022.
The cherry on top? It’s free. So, for those of you who’ve always wanted to try Josef but haven’t had the chance, now you can. Users will have access to a free trial account on Josef for the duration of the course.
The program is broken down into the following over 6 weeks:
Module 1: Legal design and ideation
Module 2: Planning and prototyping
Module 3: Building on Josef
Module 4: User experience design
Module 5: Getting ready for launch
At the end of the program, participants will have brought an automation idea to life on Josef, while acquiring the knowledge and skills to apply to future legal innovation projects.
Participants then submit their bot for review to get Josef’s Designer & Builder certification.
“Building on Josef is fun, easy and intuitive. If you do the DBP, you will have all you need to get building bots and start automating your business processes.”– Stephen Turner, Director of Lawyers of Tomorrow Technology
“It's still a great skill and a transferable skill. You’re not going to regret participating in the program, regardless of what your current exposure is to automation and legaltech.”– Daniel O’Loughlin, Lawyer at Coles
You can take the course at your own pace, and we estimate that you’ll need about 1-2 hours per week to get it done.
Former DBP participant Adam Connolly from MinterEllison – who built a bot to streamline an enterprise agreement voting system – commended the flexibility and accessibility of the program.
“I found the timeline encouraging… I could manage it in parts when I had time during the week, rather than classes with fixed times,” he said.
“What I learned through the legal design and design thinking modules were truly useful business skills. Doing this course is something that will help not just for the next week, but for the next ten, twenty years.”– Fiona McLay, Principal Lawyer at McLay Legal