7-day free trial Book a demo
Visualising the Legal Design Sprint

Visualising the Legal Design Sprint

Posted by matt-terrell | 07 August 2018

Two key elements of the recent Legal Design Sprint were the five real-world problem areas, and how the students applied legal design thinking to conceptualise new solutions to these problems, and what better way to capture these moments from a design sprint than visually?

To do this, Emily Allbon, the driver behind the Legal Design Sprint, invited UX Designer and Sketchnoter, Makayla Lewis to the sprint to help us capture these moments. You can find out more about Makayla’s work in her interview with Oliver Lindberg. You can also read more about the problem areas and the design sprint on Lawbore, Artificial Lawyer and the LIP Network.

The five final cards summarise the one-minute pitches given by the student teams on their initial ideas of how to tackle the problem areas they were working on. Their initial steps in working to improve the way that we communicate complex legal information has us looking forward to see what they come up with on Day Two.

Related Blogs

Posted by david-hand | 9th August 2019
This is a notable entry from the Justis International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2019 in the category of Access to Justice and Technology, by Oluwatobi Taiwo of Nottingham Law...
Posted by david-hand | 1st August 2019
In July 2019 we added 1,799 cases to JustisOne: United Kingdom   E&W Judgments Civil 275 E&W Judgments Criminal 156 E&W Judgments HoL/SC 18 CCH British Tax Cases 41 CCH...
Posted by david-hand | 29th July 2019
To inspire your entries for the Justis International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2020, below you can find ideas and links alongside the prize winning entries from our previous competitions. The topics...