Our Recent Videos and Interviews about Comic Book Contracts
BYU Radio - Top of Mind with Julie Rose
12 February 2020
Professor Camilla Andersen speaks with Julie Rose from BYU Radio about comic book contracts and how companies can improve their relationship with employees through comic book contracts, and what comic book contracts can look like.
You can listen to this interview online through the following link: here.
Innovation versus risk: how do visual contracts stack up?
In this Engineering Reimagined Podcast, Aurecon’s Managing Director for Built Environment John McGuire and Professor Camilla Andersen discuss the complexities of innovation versus risk and the vital role visual contracts can play in engaging people.
Aurecon LinkedIn Video: Visual Contracts with UWA
Watch Aurecon's LinkedIn Video of their experience in developing Comic Employment Contract with our team. Free of legal jargon, Aurecon's visual employment contracts were developed to make these unnecessarily complex contracts simple and user-friendly.
Local ABC Radio Interviews
ABC Radio North Queensland in Townsville - 9 February 2018
Morning Show hosted by Andy Toulson.
Professor Andersen appears in the Morning Show at 10:30 am.
ABC Radio Adelaide - 23 January 2018
Drive show hosted by Jules Schiller.
Professor Andersen appears in the Drive Show at 2:00 pm.
ABC Radio Newcastle - 23 January 2018
Morning Show hosted by Christine Sheridan.
Professor Andersen appears in the Drive Show at 9:40 am.
Click here to download the Morning Show and listen to the interview!
SPOT TED Talk - Graphic Contracts by Camilla Andersen
In this SPOT TALK delivered by Professor Andersen, she comments and 'encourages' an entire profession to consider a different approach to contracting. Professor Andersen comments on the difficulties faces in today's globalised world and how creative contracting, especially comic book contracts, can help overcome many barriers which hinder our ability to draft effective and comprehensible legal contracts.
Watch ahead to learn more about why we need creative approaches to contracting.