Obviously, the world is changing. Today, success calls for seeing technology as the greatest opportunity – yet technology without design is encryption without a key.
The function of legal service is to enable businesses and society to grow, solve problems and function in the best way possible. Technology and design have changed the world: their impact on business and society have been radical and now that impact is catching up with legal services as well. Legal design utilizes the newest tech innovations (e.g. artificial intelligence and blockchain) and design to make legal services as efficient as possible and to enable legal services to serve their clients in the best way possible.
The renaissance wasn’t just something that happened to other people. Design thinking will change the practice of law on the 1st of November.
Welcome to the largest legal design event in the world.
CONNECT – EXPERIENCE – ABSORB IDEAS
SPECIAL KEYNOTE TBA
1. LEGAL DESIGN BEYOND VISUALIZATION
Margaret Hagan (Director of the Legal Design Lab, Stanford Law School & Lecturer at the Stanford Institute of Design (d.school): Legal Design Beyond Visual Design: Creating Service, Org, and System Change
Alix Devendra (co-founder & legal designer, Start Here HQ) & Cat Moon (co-founder & legal designer@ Start Here HQ, Professor of Legal Design at Vanderbilt Law School): Legal Design in Action: How Lawyers Are Reimagining Legal Practice, Legal Organizations & Legal Education
Sarah Van Hecke (Legal Design Consultant, Houthoff Buruma): Designed to deliver
Case: Finnish Broadcasting Company YLE – Visualizing complex contracts
Case: Warren Smith (Digital Marketplace Director, UK Government Digital Service): Designing contracts for a digital government
2. LEGAL INNOVATIONS
Marie Bernard (Europe Director of Innovation at Dentons & Nextlaw Labs Strategic Advisor & Board member within the European Legal Tech Association (ELTA))
Juuso Koponen (Information designer & founder at Koponen+Hildén): Information design for the courtroom
Esko Kilpi (Researcher, Author and Lecturer on post-industrial work): New work – new legal entities: the birth of new economic spaces
Matthias Dobbelaere-Welvaer (Managing Partner at the Jurists Europe): How AI and Machine Learning will render 80% of lawyers obsolete in 2025
Riikka Koulu (Director, Legal Tech Lab of the University of Helsinki): Legal Tech Lab – Roadmap to userfriendly Law 2.0
Case: Mutual Pension Insurance Company Varma – Redesigning insurance decisions.
Case: Allen & Overy FUSE Incubator: Team Ithaca
3. PRIVACY BY (LEGAL) DESIGN
Jose Torres (Director of the Center for Innovation in Law at the University Sergio Arboleda): Designing for the Internet of (Legal) Things
Arianna Rossi (Researcher, University of Bologna, Italy): When Legal Design Meets the Semantic Web: Rethinking how we Interact with Data Protection
In-House Panel: REALITY CHECK: GDPR is coming (to get us?): TBA soon!
Closing Words & Final Keynote
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