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Dislawderly - Series Two

Web (Full Length Episodes) – 2018

The second season of web series Dislawderly sees outspoken law student Audrey facing love and student elections, and preparing for a moot (a mock trial). Series creator and real life law student Georgia Rippin (who also stars) used responses from the law school’s 2016 gender survey to frame her storylines — like female students being chided for speaking in a high pitch in the courtroom. Dislawderly's mockery of sexism proved timely. The second season dropped two months after a scandal over how female student clerks had been treated at a major New Zealand law firm. 

This is a non-budget, non-profit web series produced by an all female creative team..
– Closing credits note

Key Cast & Crew

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Marina Mersi

Co-Director, Editor, As: Leia, Producer, Cinematographer

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Emily Janus

Co-Director, Editor, Producer, Cinematographer, As: Audrey's flatmate

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Georgia Rippin

As: Audrey, Writer, Producer

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Andy Jordan

As: Partner at mock legal case

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Florence Esson

As: Partner at mock legal case

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Josh Rippin

As: Josh

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Produced by

Girls Don't Sleep


Girls Don't Sleep


Opening music taken from the song 'Catastrophe', by Yumi Zouma
Series two also features 'Nearfield' and 'Flame Grill JB', by DJ Grumble; 'Hard Times' and 'A Whirl of Green' by Connor Robinson-Pierce; 'Sake of the Shelf' and 'The A.M' by Post Love; 'Master Blaster' by E.Live, 'Hands Off' by Nika,  'Floor' by B-Lush, 'Hours' by Julien Dyne and Ladi6, 'Earth' by Womb', and 'Set it Off' by JessB