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Here’s a quick-note mindmap that I made while laying out notes for a paper I’m working on, defining what Legal Design is, and how design approaches can serve law. I put this visual up on Open Law Lab’s home page, and I’ll likely be using it (or a version of it) in presentations to legal
Managing complexity is one of the greatest opportunities of our time & design thinking can create clarity and understanding of this complexity. But you have to be willing to go out and find great ideas by trying new things and be willing to fall...
How do we brainstorm well in the legal world? I know plenty about what Ideal Brainstorming might look like, from my time at the d.school. But the truth is that this Ideal is not practiced in most legal innovation events I’ve gone to. And rather than leading a 1-woman crusade to transform brainstorming culture in
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