Legal Design: Integrating Business, Design and Legal Thinking with Technology

Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo, Haapio, Helena, Hagan, Margaret, Doherty, Michael
Edward Elgar Publishing, 21 oct. 2021 - 264 pages
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This innovative book proposes new theories on how the legal system can be made more comprehensible, usable and empowering for people through the use of design principles. Utilising key case studies and providing real-world examples of legal innovation, the book moves beyond discussion to action. It offers a rich set of examples, demonstrating how various design methods, including information, service, product and policy design, can be leveraged within research and practice.

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the potentialities of legal design
2 Prototyping for policy
tension and resolution
proactive legal care by design
towards more social planning types of practices via usercentric approaches
personalisations impact on the granularity of consumer information
7 Codesigning digital tools for 21stcentury tenant organizing
8 Knowledge graphs as an example of legal design to model legal analytics for adjudication with respect for the rule of law
9 Better commercial contracts with the application of functional contracting and legal design
Colombian case study
ways of teaching and the role of different disciplines in building legal design competence
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Edited by Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, Associate Professor, Centre for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL), University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Helena Haapio, Associate Professor of Business Law, School of Accounting and Finance, University of Vaasa, Finland, Adjunct Professor of Proactive Law and Contract Design, University of Lapland, Finland, and Contract Strategist, Lexpert Ltd, Finland, Margaret Hagan, Director, Legal Design Lab, Stanford University, US and Michael Doherty, Professor of Law, Lancaster University, UK

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