Why we do it
The “Legal Design Thinking” Roundtable is driven by the recognition that the intersection of legal expertise and design thinking principles holds transformative potential for the legal landscape. Legal Design Thinking is an innovative approach that seeks to revolutionize legal products, services, and systems by infusing them with user-centric design principles. The purpose is to break down the complexities of legal information, enhance communication, and elevate the overall user experience within legal contexts. This roundtable is a response to the growing need for collaboration and knowledge exchange in the multidisciplinary field of Legal Design, fostering a community-driven effort to reshape and humanize legal interactions.
How we do it
The roundtable operates as a collaborative platform, inviting professionals from diverse backgrounds to come together and share their insights, strategies, and advancements in the realm of Legal Design Thinking. Through facilitated discussions, workshops, and idea exchanges, participants engage in a collective exploration of how design principles can be effectively integrated into legal practices.
Practical applications, case studies, and emerging trends are discussed to inspire innovative thinking and practical implementation. By creating an environment where legal and design professionals can collaborate, the roundtable aims to drive positive change in the legal field, making it more accessible, user-friendly, and aligned with the evolving needs of its stakeholders.