"Mon code juridique (www.mcj.fr
) just announced their new website where they offer free access to 69 French codex (and a premium offering where you can annotate articles, etc., etc.). As far as #legaldesign is concerned, they assigned to each codex an abstract symbol, see here : https://www.mcj.fr/codes" - Miroslav Kurdov
"... students often had to read large sections of the Louisiana Civil Code that dealt with whatever subject matter we would be discussing. I became frustrated with the interfaces ... So, I created a website whose interface allowed for displaying arbitrary article ranges; I even built in a term search. I am no longer actively maintaining the project, but it can stil be found at http://code.jjdoguet.com
" - Joshua Doguet
"It means that for the first time in a long while, something new will be entering the business of law, exactly what has yet to be determined but the answers are out there for the best minds to sort out. Pump is primed. Now it is not the time to look back for guidance, it's time to expose inefficiencies, to respond to changing needs. It's time to act."
We could be the minds to sort it out! #LegalDesign is a way to respond to changing needs, isn't?" - Cristina Alvino
"... this one below is the typical case in which I cringe at the use of the word "infographic". It is also why (information) design is still misunderstood and often thought of as beautification without much substantial usefulness, efficiency and effectiveness." - Stefania Passera