Join our #Legal Design Thinking events and help improve access to justice.

How could we design better legal processes?
How does visualisation help in litigation?
How can we prevent conflicts to happen with visual contracts?
How can we solve problems in neighborhoods with local judges?

Past and upcoming Events

  1. Legal Design Challenge in Madrid.

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  2. Legal Design Thinking network event #1 in The Hague.

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  3. Legal Design Thinking network event #2 in The Hague.

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  4. Design for Justice lab in The Hague.

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  5. Design.Legal in Munich.

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  6. Legal Design Thinking network event #3 in Utrecht.

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  7. Legal [Design] Geek in London.

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  8. Legal.Retreat in Munich.

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  9. The Big Think on justice in The Hague.

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  10. Working conference visualizations in law in Rotterdam.

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  11. Jurix in Groningen.

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  12. Legal Design Thinking network event #5 in Amsterdam.

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Legal Design Thinking is an upcoming new discipline worldwide with the goal of improving access to justice in a human centered way.

With this network we aim to further spread, develop and apply this mindset and (solve) justice problems, share knowledge and experience in Legal Design Thinking projects and showcase our work.

Everyone with an interest in solving justice problems and/or a background in legal, tech, design or the public sector is invited to join the conversation. Justice problems need new input from different viewpoints and disciplines outside of the legal field, to be able to create impactful innovative solutions.

Join the next session

The last sessions was accessibility of law from universities and applied universities point of view. We had a lot of positive feedback and new network members! Everyone with an interest in solving justice problems and/or a background in legal, tech, design or the public sector is invited to join the conversation.

Join us on the 12th of February for the fourth session of the Legal Design Thinking Network. Become involved and use your talents to increase accessibility of law.

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