This is a timeline of events happened in Legal Design. To start getting to know more about that discipline, we purposely picked events and resources that we felt were interesting to highlight.
There are other events to refer to, so we will update this timeline as much as possible in the future.
In the Middle Age, it was the first manifestation of what is called ''data visualization'', applied to law.
These are visuals that made it possible to record and archive the links between people and therefore to better govern questions of union, filitation, inheritance.
We speak of a kinship tree or arbor juris.
Within a cathedral, a work of iron serving as a gate that allows the passage of the hand and the consultation of the writings it contains. There are texts governing public life.
First time that design is theorized by civil servant Sir Henry Cole
Several researchers in the science wrote about design as a ''way of thinking'' and ''teaching design thinking'' as a method of creative action.
The Guide that decodes the rules and regulations for New York’s 10,000 street vendors so they can understand their rights, avoid fines, and earn an honest living.
The Stanford Legal Design Lab was founded in fall 2013 to bring designers, lawyers & technologists together to advance legal innovation and access to justice.
A new way to vote for the people of Los Angeles.
Organized by law firm Dottir and service design firm Hellon. The event, first of its kind, aimed to add design thinking to the practice of law by bringing together international experts in the fields of law, design, and digital services.