What if every law firm and court had a basement lab where developers and designers hung out and built solutions?
That was a question posed by host Margaret Hagan during Tuesday’s CBA Twitterchat on the topic of law and design.
Hagan, who works at Stanford’s d.school and will soon work at the university’s law school, focuses on bringing user-centred design to legal services.
One of the key findings of the CBA’s Legal Futures Initiative is that the client needs to become the centre of the legal universe if the profession is to maintain its relevance in the face of transformative . . . [more]