We are an interdisciplinary team based at Stanford University, working at the intersection of human-centered design, technology & law to build a new generation of legal products & services.
We are training law students, lawyers, designers, and others to design quality legal products.
We are designing new products to help people make intelligent legal choices for themselves.
We are combining human-centered design & interactive technology to find new ways to innovate in law.
We are curating toolkits for lawyers, law students, and paralegals to use as they begin to design and develop projects.
We are building Access to Justice tools, to bring law to ordinary people — to engage, educate, & empower them.
We are teaching students & professionals how to design & develop new legal services, with experiential & interdisciplinary methods.
We are documenting how innovation can be brought into law, and developing new resources, frameworks & theories to guide others.
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Work with us online on legal innovation
Join our Access By Design working group, in which designers, lawyers, and technologists work together to review existing legal service products & generate new ones that are more usable & engaging.
We are collecting together design and development tools for anyone to use when building legal products & services. Check out our toolbox.
The books, reports, and essays we're reading, on legal innovation and developing legal innovators.
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