At this stage, we are asking for submissions of legal design examples that are in actual use.
This means that the intended end users are utilising it right now.
Unfortunately, we are unable to take submissions for experimental, imaginary, or hypothetical solutions including those created for academic purposes at this time.
You must have the full legal and moral rights and permissions in place before you submit any materials.
We cannot guarantee that every submission will be published, but please share your legal design creations and we will see if it fits the project.
The Lawyers as Designers team may contact you for further information, please look out for our email.
How to Submit
Please fill out the form below and attach a copy of your design with commentary on your creation. Please upload your commentary in a separate document (2 pages maximum).
Use the following points to guide your discussion:
- What was the justice challenge that you were addressing and for whom?
- What were the issues with previous alternatives?
- What was the design process and/or tools that you used?
- Did you face any challenges?
- Describe your end product
- What has been the impact of your innovation on the justice challenge? Any feedback from the end users?
- Do you have any future plans for this project?
You are welcome to submit multiple entries, but please complete one form per creation.