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Legal Design Challenge

30 April 2019
In 2019, inspired by the idea of using collaboration and design principles to improve contracting DWF, LEx Open Source, Radiant Law, and Wavelength Law hosted a Legal Design Challenge.

Attendees from a wide range of in-house legal teams, law firms and legal service providers came together alongside procurement, contract management, innovation and design experts to identify problem areas and share their ideas on potential solutions.

As part of a commitment to making this knowhow open source, this publication is our way of sharing the findings.

The outputs are designed to be a starting point that can hopefully kick start a wider range of activity, which utilises the value of collaboration and design principles to improve contracting in the industry.

Anyone can take these outputs away to use in their organisation, either as they are or as a basis that can be tailored or improved further. Equally anyone is free to discard the outputs but use the design approach and tools to create something different.

All that we ask in return is for people to build on the momentum that has been created, carry on the conversation about the value of design and keep collaborating to improve contracting

Download our outputs from the day

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