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    Registration for Human-Centered Design for Law 

    August 10 - 11, 2019

    The Wond'ry @ Vanderbilt

    Over the course of the weekend, you'll learn and use human-centered design skills you can implement immediately, regardless of your role or organization type. This Immersion focuses on innovation as a design experience and is all about doing.

     

    This Immersion is designed for anyone interested in creating a human-centered method for legal services delivery, encompassing aspects of the legal landscape from the design of internal law firm business functions to the design of client-centered legal services that both create and deliver value intentionally and profitably.

     

    Co-facilitated by Cat Moon, PoLI's Director of Innovation Design and Tony Threatt, PhD, Human Centered Designer and Senior Product Manager for Vanderbilt Medical Center.

  • Design for Law Immersion Details

    Design for Law @ The PoLI Institute :: Saturday, August 10 - Sunday, August 11, 2019 @ The Wond'ry

    Q: Who is Design For Law designed for?

    A: Anyone interested in improving any aspect of the legal ecosystem.

    Design for Law is designed for anyone and everyone in the legal profession who seeks to improve the legal ecosystem in any way through the application of the mindsets, processes, and tools of human-centered design. No prior knowledge of design is necessary—and is welcome.

     

    The immersion is designed to provide actionable ideas and skills development regardless of role or position. Whether you are a solo attorney, a legal technology entrepreneur, a judge, a paralegal, a legal solutions architect—the format welcomes and accommodates a wide array of roles and interests, and offers value to all.

    What value does Design for Law deliver?

    A: A LOT!

    Design for Law is an intense two-day experience that offers a small cohort the unique opportunity to experience the breadth of human-centered design.

     

    We will experience the theory supporting human-centered design through highly-interactive design sprints that teach through doing.