BucketOrange Magazine is a new boutique legal publication changing the way young Australians think about, and interact with, the law and legal industry professionals.
Launched by Sarah Lynch (pictured left) in February 2015, BucketOrange is a social impact initiative and the first and only indie legal magazine of its kind anywhere in the world.
We’re here to show you a lighter side to the law by covering topics that matter to you! From legal news, travel, and entertainment, to pop culture, human rights, careers, law reform, and startup life we provide simple, interesting and clever law hacks on topics impacting young Australians right now. We’re calling it #poplaw.
Pioneering an independent movement of preventative law through everyday law hacks, we focus on helping you to proactively manage your legal health as you would your physical health. As the adage goes – prevention is better than cure.
BucketOrange is an independent Australian legal publisher that has been purpose-built to hack life’s hard issues, provide your first point of reference to everyday legal problems, and connect you with professionals from the public, private or non-government sectors.
We are a legal help platform to keep you informed, empowered, entertained and inspired to live the best version of your life.
Produced locally, and featuring writing from some of Australia’s brightest legal minds, we are a 100% FREE resource committed to producing content that matters. To do this, we’re starting a legal dialogue around YOU. Tell us what you think! Comment, share or tip us story ideas.
It’s time to live smarter. So what are you waiting for?
This is BucketOrange Magazine.
Sarah Lynch is the founder & Editor-in-Chief of BucketOrange Magazine. Follow her on Twitter @sarahlynch_au
Our Sponsors & Partners
BucketOrange Magazine partners with legal and lifestyle brands that share our ‘law for good’ ethos –
- to make a positive social impact
- to protect individual and human rights
- to operate ethically and sustainably
- to improve community interest, awareness, and understanding of the law
- to champion the development of preventative law through education
- to reduce long delays and the overall volume of litigation in the court system by promoting a culture of alternative dispute resolution
- to embrace innovation, technology, and the law.