• Latest Podcast: My Warm Table... with Sonia Nolan

    Professor Camilla Andersen chats with Sonia Nolan about bringing fine print to life with Comic Book Contracts.

    European Conferences

    Professor Camilla Andersen and Peter Corner (Alternative Contracting) recently spoke at engagements in Denmark.

    Click on the link to find out more

    Legalpreneurs Spotlight: Future 50 Series Launch

    Prof Camilla Baasch Andersen talks all things comic contracting with Terri Mottershead to launch the Centre for Legal Innovation's Legalpreneurs Future 50 Series.

    ReinventED Legal Business: The Case Studies series

    Watch as the Comic Contracts team showcases what we do - and the challenges and opportunities we face while doing it - in a conversation with Terri Mottershead on the ReinventED Legal Business podcast.

    Our Impact Story

    The Comic Book Contracts project has been featured by UWA!

    Read about our journey and the impact we are having.

    Western Australia's Individualised Services

    We are very excited to announce that two visual contracts now available for people who are directly engaging their own supports, as an alternative to written text contracts. These are employment contracts (casual and part time/full time) for people who are directly employing their own support workers to use and based on the WA State Industrial Relations system.

  • Welcome to Comic Book Contracts

  • "T&Cs Like You've Never Seen Before" - Bankwest

    Introducing the latest in visual contracting: Bankwest's Easy Transaction Account Product Schedule. Created by Comic Book Contracts in close collaboration with our sponsors, Bankwest.


    Graphic Justice: pictures worth 1000 words Exhibition Feature



    Didn't have a chance to visit the exhibition at Sir Henry Gibbs Legal Heritage Centre? Don't worry, you can still read the Comic Book Contracts feature online! You can find examples from the Comic Book Contracts team, and a Q&A with Professor Camilla Andersen. You can follow the link here, or click on the exhibition image below.