Design for Justice sprint: court fines, fees, and bail

Background We are running the sprint in collaboration with various legal partners, including the National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA), the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), and the California Judicial Council. Each of these groups have worked on analyzing how the money involved in people’s journey through the justice system — particularly regarding

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Drawing for Lawyers

Today at Stanford, our Lab hosted a Drawing for Lawyers session. We had 25 students come to learn the basics of drawing shapes, people, legal things and places, and finally, complex legal concepts. The session was led by Margaret Hagan, Tugrul Karacan (an illustrator and journalist), and Kursat Ozenc (a user experience designer). In one

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