This Friday, April 17th, I am going to be giving a lunchtime talk at Stanford Law School, about the legal design projects I’m running right now, as well as my class’ nascent projects with their legal service design challenges. It’s open to the public & lunch will be served.
I’m excited to unveil some of the design work I’ve been doing, as well as some findings about key ways to break law open to more lay people & central product families for consumer law development.
Please come — I’m excited to hear feedback & get some fresh conversations going about design-driven legal tools, research projects, and the class itself (as a new approach to law school education, and on their specific projects with their law firm, legal aid, and corporate partners). RSVP here!