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 posted a report about the event.

Click here for a storify of the event.

The Twitter hashtag for the event was #lawbydesign

Click here for the “Hands-On-Law Immigration Prep Page,” a set of resources related to the event.

Here is a description of the event:

[…] a Hands-On-Law weekend, where we build legal tools for people to get legal tasks done.

Our first session will focus on challenges of immigration — in particular of foreign students in the US, on F1 & J1 visas. […]

We are looking for participants who want to work in a collaborative environment — on design, development, and legal content — to get robust prototypes built in a quick sprint. You don’t have to be an expert — just willing to work & interested in building new products to solve people’s problems. […]

For more information, please see the event’s Website.

HT @margarethagan and Richard Granat

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

  1. Margaret Hagan has posted a report on last weekend’s Program for Legal Technology and Design event, “Hands-On-Law: Making Immigration User-Friendly”: http://www.legaltechdesign.com/hands-on-law-events/making-immigration-user-friendly-report/ #lawbydesign

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