Tag Archives: Margaret Hagan

Hagan and Kimbro: Access Hub Project: Designing new resources for legal service providers

Margaret Hagan has a new post about her and Stephanie Kimbro‘s project: The Access Hub Project: Designing new resources for legal service providers. Here are excerpts from the post: I’ve been working alongside Steph Kimbro to do some scoping & … Continue reading

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Hagan: The Guardianship Navigator Project

Dr. Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted The Guardianship Navigator Project at the blog of the Program for Legal Tech + Design. Here are excerpts from the post: Welcome to the project page for the Guardianship Navigator Project. We … Continue reading

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Margaret Hagan: Law and Design: A CBA Futures Chat: Storify, tweets, and resources

Dr. Margaret Hagan of Stanford University led an online chat on the topic, Law and Design, on Twitter on 17 June 2014, as part of the Canadian Bar Association’s CBA Futures Initiative. Blog posts by Margaret Hagan describing the event … Continue reading

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Hagan: Law for Normal People

Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted Law for Normal People, at Open Law Lab. Here are excerpts from the post: Over this past fellowship year, I’ve run so many workshops and pop-up classes on how to make law more … Continue reading

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Visual law featured in new ABA Journal cover article

Visualization of legal information is the focus of Bob Ambrogi’s cover article in the new issue of ABA Journal: Visual law services are worth a thousand words—and big money (May 2014). The individuals featured (or whose work is featured) in … Continue reading

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Hagan: Report on Legislative Design Roundtable, for OpenGov Foundation

Dr. Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted a report on a legislative design roundtable that she and Dr. Ron Dolin of the Program for Legal Tech and Design held for the OpenGov Foundation in early March 2014. Here are … Continue reading

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Hagan: Twitter chat on Law and Design, 11 February 2014: Storify and tweets

Dr. Margaret Hagan of Stanford University led a Twitter chat on the topic, “Law and Design,” on 11 February 2014. The event was hosted by Stanford d.school. The Twitter hashtag for the event was #dchat Click here for a storify … Continue reading

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Hagan and Dolin: Map of Legal Innovation Centers

Dr. Margaret Hagan and Dr. Ron Dolin have posted Legal Innovation Centers mapped, at the website of their Program for Legal Technology + Design. Here is the text: We have begun to compile a map of people, groups, and institutions … Continue reading

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Legal projects at DREAMer Hackathon

At least three law-related projects were worked on at DREAMer Hackathon, held 22 November 2013 in Mountain View, California, USA. Some of the projects are described here. The Twitter hashtag for the event was #DREAMerhack Click here for archived Twitter … Continue reading

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Hands-On-Law: Making Immigration User-Friendly, a legal design event held 15-16 November 2013

Hands-On-Law: Making Immigration User-Friendly, a legal “design sprint,” was held 15-16 November 2013 at Stanford d.school. The event was organized by the Program for Legal Technology and Design, led by Dr. Margaret Hagan and Dr. Ron Dolin. Margaret Hagan has … Continue reading

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