From Twitter, Comic Book Contracts @UWA_CCContracts
8 dic 2017
"We are now hearing from Jennifer Goddard in our workshop on Mindmapping Contracts - how to use our brains in the ay they were designed #comicbookcontracts"
Something great from SketchLex
Legal design abi andbitakian banks
SPOT TED Talk - Graphic Contracts by Camilla Andersen
In this SPOT TALK delivered by Professor Andersen, she comments and 'encourages' an entire profession to consider a different approach to contracting. Professor Andersen comments on the difficulties faces in today's globalised world and how creative contracting, especially comic book contracts, can help overcome many barriers which hinder our ability to draft effective and comprehensible legal contracts.
Watch ahead to learn more about why we need creative approaches to contracting.
Finally, students start learning how to become lawyers and entreprenuers https://www.lawsitesblog.com/2017/11/visit-lawx-a2j-lab-byu-law-school-seeing-innovation-action.html
"What would be the best book (other than your) for a lawyer to read about legal design" ( Herkko Hietanen )
Other Community Leaders in Milan with me, Friday at Codemotion Milan 2017.
All togheter with the Digital Team of the Italian Government.
New opportunities in progress.
Legal and strategic design, submitted by Stefania Passera:
"The third success story of Finnish design might as well be legal design"
It feels like a big win that finally the world is getting on board: my "partner-in-crime" Helena Haapio and I got blank stares or caused outright lawyerly indignation for almost 10 years whenever we advocated for user-centered, visual, proactive contracts! 😄
What do you think may have changed in people's minds during these years? Or did it just need enough advocacy to normalize the idea?"
"Legal Problem Solving (LPS) is a Vanderbilt Law School course in which students use 21st-century methods to design creative solutions to 21st-century legal services delivery problems."
The first Comic and Creative Contracts Conference in the world
Submitted by Stefania Passera Information Designer, Researcher, Lecturer
On the 7th-8th December, in the warm summer in Perth in Western Australia, the leading innovators in contract visualisation, contract design and comic contracts will get together for the first Comic and Creative Contracts Conference in the world.
The topics will center around the emerging industry need for legal simplification and better contract design, with focus on comic book contracting.
Follow legal design events in the world here:
www.Knomos.ca That's #Legaldesign (more coming soon in our group)
In Milan, today 9 oct 2017: Open Lecture di Alessandro Rancati (Policy Analyst – Design for Policy presso Joint Research Centre (JRC) – European Commission’s Science Service).
Il design management e il design strategico si avvalgono di competenze preziose per supportare lo sviluppo di nuove politiche e la loro implementazione nell’era della digitalizzazione, della sharing economy e della socializzazione.
Alessandro Rancati, che da due anni lavora presso la Commissione Europea di Bruxelles per individuare le metodologie e gli strumenti più utili nei complessi processi di policy making, illustrerà i cambiamenti in atto e le opportunità per il futuro.
Si parlerà di strumenti di comunicazione e visualizzazione, stakeholder engagement, foresight e behavioural insight e della creazione di spazi protetti (3rd spaces) in cui prototipare soluzioni innovative.
La lezione aperta sarà arricchita da approfondimenti sui temi specifici riguardanti: le politiche alla partecipazione a all’open data del Comune di Milano, gli strumenti di legal design per la semplificazione e l’accesso al messaggio legale e il ruolo del designer in questi ambiti di lavoro.
— dalle 10:30 alle 11:30
Tavola rotonda con:
Lorenzo Lipparini (Assessore Partecipazione e Open Data, Comune di Milano)
Michel Miccoli (BonelliErede)
Stefano Maffei (Design Policy Lab, Politecnico di Milano)
Alessandro Rancati (Policy Analyst – Design for Policy presso Joint Research Centre (JRC) – European Commission’s Science Service)
Valentina Auricchio (PSSD, Politecnico di Milano e 6ZERO5)
— dalle 12:00 alle 14:00
Giochiamo per capire le dinamiche della Sharing Economy.
A template to explain laws: DLAW 5.0 http://openadvocate.org/dlaw/
" Stanford Legal Design Lab held its first Law + Design Summit, to bring together all kinds of legal people who are interested in changing the legal system" ... "synthesized the main takeaways that emerged out of the day’s talks and work" kindly submitted by Rc Richards
@StanfordCLP: Lots of fantastic people here today for the #legaldesign summit @LegalDesignLab @StanfordLaw https://twitter.com/StanfordCLP/status/911332789961687040/photo/1
Law + Design = HOW HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN CAN TRANSFORM THE LEGAL SYSTEM - September 22, 2017 Stanford, CA
Legal Design Summit 31 Oct/ 1 Nov Helsinki
Meet us at the second global Legal Design Summit in Helsinki. The main event will take place on Nov 1st, 2017. We are going to have a fringe party on Oct 30th to celebrate Xenion’s...
Submitted by Stefania Passera
Passera - beyond the wall of contract texts
Some materials from her PhD defense:
> Lecture ( https://lnkd.in/e6cqV7J )
> Slides ( https://lnkd.in/eVwrj7T …)
Stefania Passera - beyond the wall of contract text
Two famous collections of icons on privacy
The presentation from the Design Workshop for UE general data protection regulation. http://www.legaltechdesign.com/design-workshop-for-eu-general-data-protection-regulation/#1
From Andrii Udovychenko IP in Australia:
"Just stumbled upon the amazing site of Australian IP office
and the IP nova service that they provide
"Very well presented and gives a good amount of information for anyone dealing with IP. Roadmaps, general advice, visualisation, intuitive interface. I bet you will enjoy it.
"The search page also allows to save the searches and easity print then and set the preferences
could easily become one of the standards in how legal info can be presented.
"Their office also provides a huge amount of IP related open data
"Apparently, there a whole family of sites of this nature and quality, for example source IP which allows to search for patents and license them.
"They also provide a quick structured feedback form, which i think is great
"This is probably the best government website I have even seen."
And then, commenting the site:
"Andrii Udovychenko: I particularly like the source IP.
"While it does not implement much of the open data, it seems to have some great potential to foster business and research institutions collaboration.
"They have also published a great toolkit for collaboration with a number of template documents and checklists which could definitely help to familiarize the stakeholders with the revelant issues.
"Definitely a project to keep track of"
Barriers against IA in courts: Law Dojo, Margaret Hagan proposed to some thougths, here http://www.openlawlab.com/2017/07/13/why-is-ai-not-being-implemented-in-courts/ .
I add here some more issues on this matter:
Icons for EU Privacy: Europeans in Stanford, submitted by Rc Richards http://www.legaltechdesign.com/design-workshop-for-eu-general-data-protection-regulation/