Legal Design

Legal Design: L10132

Live Webinar
Date: November 7, 2018
Time: 10:00am EST

Presented by: Sarah van Hecke, Legal Design Adviser, Houthoff (Member firm for Netherlands)

Registration Fee: Lex Mundi members / Non-members - No Charge.

Course Description:

Legal design is a powerful method of clarifying complex legal advice or information, which can be used by clients or in court. Whether you’re summarizing or trying to grasp the essence of complicated legal information, visualization is an incredibly effective method of getting a message across convincingly, clearly and quickly, while improving both comprehension and retention. This innovative approach utilizes graphics and other visual tools to support clients’ point of view or to facilitate strategic discussion in a clear, intuitive and concise way. From summarizing and clarifying contradictory arguments to quickly grasping structures or arrangements, legal design is an extremely effective and efficient way to achieve results, whether inside or outside the courtroom.

This webinar explores:

  • The concept of legal design
  • Basic principles of behavioral psychology and its implications for presentation skills
  • How Sarah approached this initiative at her firm, from conception to implementation
  • Free resources to aid in their own legal design

Faculty

Sarah van Hecke, Legal Design Adviser, Houthoff (Netherlands)

Sarah independently set up Legal Design as a new discipline within Houthoff, and she serves as a strategic sparring partner for their lawyers. With different areas of expertise, including behavioral psychology, design and law, Sarah works together with the teams in matters where complex information requires visualization.

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