Alessandro Rancati • Design for Policy at the EU Policy Lab
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From Julia Witting-Mäklin
International culture & business | U.S. politics & history
Great introduction to legal design yesterday at the first spring session of Amcham Finland Legal Committee. Speaker Pilvi Alopaeus celebrated that so many of the attendees already were thinking about legal design in their daily work, while Henna Tolvanen talked about how you have to step out of your comfort zone as a lawyer to ideate around innovative views on legal work.
There's an international group of professionals in different branches thinking that laws can be easier to understand.
Not only laws. Even agreements, fines, orders, and everything can help people to know their rights and duties.
We think that organizing visually legal contents can bring a better experience and completeness of legal documents.
We use presentations, mind maps, sketches and interactive tools.
It's a pletora of tecniques to visually describe rights and duties, processes; but even to organize legal thinking.