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 are available at CBA Futures and Slaw.ca.

The Twitter hashtag for the event was #cbafutureschat

Click here for a storify of tweets and graphics from the event.

Click here for archived Twitter tweets from the event, in .csv format.

Here is a brief description of the event, from Margaret’s post at Slaw.ca:

This month I’m finishing up my year-long fellowship at Stanford d.school, where I’ve gotten the chance to experiment in what it means to take a user-centered, design-driven approach to how legal services are delivered. In the Twitter Chat, I’ll be talking about some of the experiments we ran & the projects I’m launching out of them.

I’m particularly interested in how we can use Design Methodologies — which put an emphasis on quick prototyping, frequent testing, and (above all) a focus on making services that users will love to use — to transform Self-Help resources. […]

HT @rightbrainlaw

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