When it comes to practicing law, design can do a lot for efficiency. Just ask Margaret Hagan, a law and design expert.
Design could help make law more efficient by making things more usable, from documents to Web interfaces to the services themselves. We could use design to make incremental improvements to the existing system, but also to imagine completely new ways of doing law and legal services.
Hagan’s journey from law student to design-innovator is unique, to say the least. In this Insight Labs interview, read how she ventured into design and discovered ways to make law more accessible, usable and engaging.