We make the Law more human
Our methodology combines design, technology and legal expertise for destroying the fine print.
What is Legal Design?
Legal Design is discipline which started almost 20 years ago. It was developed at Stanford University in the last 6 years and also in different companies in the North of Europe. Legal Design combines legal expertise and design for creating a new legal language understandable for persons.
Legal language which fits the XXIst Century business:
Transparent, crystal clear, easy to implement and to negotiate.
Benefits for companies and consumers
Generate transparency for the corporations.
Raise the engagement between companies and its customers.
Improves the brand perception.
Promotes corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Avoids claims and lawsuits.
Grants the consumer the right to understand.
After years of study, we have designed a proprietary methodology based on D.School principles.
Our trademark, L-A Legal Design certifies the use of a science-based methodology as a guarantee stamp for all our products and services.
Save unnecessary costs:
Since we have a team of in-house expert lawyers and designers, we can offer a 100% L-A service, guarantying the excellence of the result and saving costs because we never subcontract with third companies.
1. We start from the end:
- Who will read this document?
- Who has to understand it?
- How does your corporation communicate with you customer?
2. First Legal review:
Clear drafting, crystal clear language and reduction of any unnecessary texts.
3. Validation test:
A human determines that it’s understandable.
4. Design phase:
Application of an attractive design for being read and understandable for the people.
User experience validation.
6. Final Phase:
Final legal validation and guaranteed by our brand.
Drafting and re-design of contracts and other legal documents.
GDPR x Legal Design.
Online products/services contracting.
Privacy by design for any kind of data-based products/services.
Canvas and One-page contracts.
Legal Advice visualization.
Visual documents to understand the legal complexity
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) clearly states that all the information related to personal data must be communicated to consumers in a 'concise, transparent, understandable and easy access manner, using a clear and simple language'.
Most privacy policies are drafted in and in unintelligible and the have tough look which generates users non-acceptance, infringing the transparency essential principles of the GDPR.