Legal Design

Legal Design applies Design Thinking principles to innovate law practice. Taking a user-centric approach, legal design makes contracts easier to read, simplifies complex facts in litigation, and creates privacy policies people actually read.

not sure if the multisensory law stuff fits on this page, but it’s here. It can be copied and moved elsehwere.

I think there will be a "new normal" once people see what can be done differently.

Susanne Van der Meer
Collaborative Law was created by Stu Webb, a Minnesota family lawyer.

Humans are multisensory beings and live in a multisensory world. Human communication involves the production and perception of messages, as well as the five senses (hearing, vision, touch, taste, and smell). Multimodal or multisensory systems are capable of receiving and sending information by using various sensory channels involving vision, hearing, and movement, but preferably all five senses.
-Colette Brunschwig, of Zurich, Department of Law, Centre for Legal History, Legal Visualization Unit

So, how can law be multisensory? It is Colette Brunschwig’s mission to propose answers to the question. See, for example, these resources:

Law Is Not or Must Not Be Just Verbal and Visual in the 21st Century: Toward Multisensory Law. See page 231 of the downloaded document.

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