Designing Before and Beyond Disputes

In this first track of projects, we spotlight work being done to engage people in preventing and resolving disputes in creative, human-centered ways.

What would a legal system look like, that would improve people’s “legal health”?

Can we create tools that identify and surface legal issues early, before they spiral into crises? And can we build a smarter system, that learns from issue-patterns to continually improve the services they offer, and the rules and procedures they use? We could possibly have a legal system that predicts, adjusts, and responds to serve people in the best possible way.

Our speakers will discuss their projects to understand why people aren’t engaging with the legal system, and then to create new services that are focused on better user experience.

What would a dispute system designed for people (and not for lawyers) look like?

Location: Stanford Atrium Date: September 22, 2017 Time: 10:00 am - 10:30 am Jose Fernando Torres Matthew Stubenberg Alli Gerkman Logan Cornett
(c) Stanford Legal Design Lab, 2017