Legal Design

LEGAL DESIGN BOOTCAMP AND COMPETITION

We are excited to announce a legal design bootcamp and competition in collaboration with Manupatra. Legal Design can be understood as a creative process combining legal expertise with a design thinking approach integrating visualisation, simplified language and smart use of technology-all focused towards the aim of making the law more accessible and engaging.

Legal design can help rethink and reimagine legal content in several different contexts - be it knowledge management in law firms, drafting contracts and other legal documents, designing course curriculum or legal research in think tanks and more.

Spanned over two days, the bootcamp will have sessions introducing design thinking and legal design, working with a case study and ultimately competing in teams. Join us as we work towards a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to communicating legal concepts.

Win Cash Prizes, gain understanding of design thinking.

1st Prize    Rs. 20,000/-

2nd Prize   Rs. 15,000/-

3rd Prize    Rs. 10,000/-

*Certificate of Participation to all.

For more information on schedule, prizes and registration click here. 

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UNDERSTANDING LEGAL DESIGN

Justice Adda is organising an online workshop hosted in collaboration with Manupatra on Understanding Legal Design to be held on Saturday, the 7th of November 2020. 

 

Legal Design can be understood as a creative process combining legal expertise with a design thinking approach integrating visualisation, simplified language and smart use of technology all focused towards the aim of making the law more accessible and engaging. 

 

Legal design can help rethink and reimagine legal content in several different contexts - be it knowledge management in law firms, drafting contracts and other legal documents, designing course curriculum or legal research in think tanks and more. 

 

The session will cover the following:

- The key aspects of legal design 

- New perspectives introduced to legal analysis

- The benefits of a design mind set to law

- Case studies of how design thinking has been applied in the legal field 

- Practical strategies to use legal design to inculcate a more user-centric and empathetic approach to law.

 

Legal researchers, entrepreneurs, policy thinkers and professionals and encouraged to join.

 

Further details and registration details at:  

https://www.lawskills.in/Workshop/index

 

Certificates will be provided to participants.