Tag Archives: Legal design

Lippe, Katz, and Jackson: Legal by Design: A New Paradigm for Handling Complexity in Banking Regulation and Elsewhere in Law

Paul Lippe, Daniel Martin Katz, and Daniel H. Jackson have posted a working paper entitled Legal by Design: A New Paradigm for Handling Complexity in Banking Regulation and Elsewhere in Law, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: On August 5, … Continue reading

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Fang: Using Flowchart Verdict Sheets To Mitigate Inconsistent Civil Jury Verdicts

Jerry J. Fang of Duke University Law School has published 12 Confused Men: Using Flowchart Verdict Sheets To Mitigate Inconsistent Civil Verdicts, Duke Law Journal 64, 287-331 (2014). Here is the abstract: The finality of jury verdicts reflects an implicit … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property Hackathon at Osgoode Hall: Navigating Patent Applications – An Exercise in Legal Innovation: Storify, links, and resources

IP Hackathon: Navigating Patent Applications – An Exercise in Legal Innovation was held 23-24 October 2014 at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada. The event Website is at: iposgoodehackathon.ca The co-hosts included: Margaret Hagan of Stanford University Ron Dolin … Continue reading

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Hagan et al.: Designing legal communications that resonate

Margaret Hagan, Alex Gavis, and Kursat Ozenc have posted Designing legal communications that resonate, at VoxPopuLII. The post describes “a Legal Communication Design class at Stanford’s Institute of Design, or the d.school” in May 2014. The class involved training students … Continue reading

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Hagan: Applications invited for: Access to Justice Design Sprint

Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted Access to Justice Design Sprint, at the Program for Legal Tech + Design. Here are excerpts from the post: Are you a User Experience or Interface designer with an interest in public service? … Continue reading

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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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Passera: Report on the Legal Design Jam at KU Leuven, April 2014

Stefania Passera of Aalto University has posted a report on the Legal Design Jam held at KU Leuven, 4 April 2014. Here are excerpts from the post: The first Belgian Legal Design Jam has been organized on 4th April, in … Continue reading

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