Legal design » Definitions
Collecting sources and resources discussing a variety of perspectives on “legal design”.
“What is legal design” discussions
The essential question of defining legal design regularly pops up in introductory talks or podcasts. Some nuanced and insightful such discussions can be found here:
Also some individual ambassadors of legal design have appeared in interviews and articles:
[…] an interdisciplinary approach that promotes human-centered design to prevent or solve legal problems, by prioritizing the point of views of all the users of law.She highlights the interdisciplinary nature of the discipline, the preventive approach (avoiding legal risk by good design), and the broad audiences far beyond legal practitioners […]
Academic papers and publications
For a thorough academic deep dive, this source is a good starting point:
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