Workshop on Legal Design Thinking
Design Thinking has been successfully used worldwide for many years in different industries to drive innovation and improve products and services. So far, the legal profession has only scratched the surface of the possibilities when it comes to design thinking. The massive upheaval that the legal profession has found itself in digitization, rising expectations of clients, and increased cost pressure has brought design thinking to the forefront of the legal innovation agenda.
Legal Design Thinking is a process to develop innovative ways to solve problems, while leveraging design thinking principles and practices to help scholars and lawyers create new and effective ways of thinking about law, their research and ways how to deliver legal services.
The workshop will be an introduction on how to use human-centered design methods to solve a real problem the legal profession and their users face. We will explore how to design or prototype a learning experience.
By Jorge Gabriel Jimenez Barillas, Fellow at Legal Design Lab, Stanford, California, US.
For participation in the event please use this registration form no later than 10 September 2019, 8:00.