Through the Program for Legal Tech & Design, I’m co-teaching a 5-session class at Stanford’s d.school this January & February. It will be a hands-on session on how to make law more usable to people — and how to help make people law-smart, and in control of their legal futures.

LAW BY DESIGN - MAKING LAW PEOPLE-FRIENDLY poster 3

If you’re interested in attending, or are interested in the topic-matter more generally (how to build consumer-facing law products, how to help people get legal tasks done, or how to support people in estate-planning specifically) — be in touch!

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