Getting to Access to Justice: Bridging Regulatory Reform and Human-centered Design & Innovation 

Oct. 29, 2019
Vancouver BC

Veuillez notez, cet événement sera disponible en anglais seulement.

 


ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND OUR LEGAL SYSTEM

Professor Margaret Hagan, Director, Legal Design Lab Lecturer in Law, Stanford University, proposes a strategic approach that bridges regulatory reform and human-centered design & innovation activities. Her approach challenges lawyers and other stakeholders in the justice system to support regulatory reform as well as engage in more experimentation in their own practices. 

She’ll share examples of policy change and experimentation which have generated the most impact and encouraged access to justice action. This topic is particularly relevant to the legal community in BC given our cutting-edge innovation and recent access to justice initiatives.
 

*Read more about Margaret Hagan below.

   
Keynote: Professor Margaret Hagan
Director, Legal Design Lab Lecturer in Law, Stanford University
 
Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2019
4:30pm-5:00pm | Reception
5:00pm-6:30pm | Margaret Hagan Address with Q&A
 
Location: Pan Pacific Vancouver
(Oceanview Suites – R Level)
300 - 999 Canada Place
Vancouver, BC

Fees:

$30.00 (GST Incl.) | Lawyer, Notary/Paralegals, Justice Advocates, Judges and Articling Students
$15.00 (GST Incl.) | Law Students

*This seminar is open to all in the legal profession. This event is not restricted to members of the CBA only. If you do not have a membership with the CBA and would like to register, please fill out the PDF registration form attached below.
 


PDF Registration Form
*Register online or by using our PDF Registration Form.
 


 


ABOUT PROFESSOR MARGARET HAGAN

Professor Margaret Hagan is the Director of the Legal Design Lab and a lecturer at Stanford Institute of Design (the d.school).  She was a fellow at the d.school from 2013-2014, where she launched the Program for Legal Tech & Design, experimenting in how design can make legal services more usable, useful & engaging. She teaches a series of project-based classes, with interdisciplinary student groups tackling legal challenges through user-focused research and design of new legal products and services.  She also leads workshops to train legal professionals in the design process, to produce client-focused innovation. 

Margaret graduated from Stanford Law School in June 2013. She served as a student fellow at the Center for Internet & Society and president of the Stanford Law and Technology Association. While a student, she built the game app Law Dojo to make studying for law school classes more interactive & engaging.  She also started the blog Open Law Lab  to document legal innovation and design work.  Margaret holds an AB from the University of Chicago, an MA from Central European University in Budapest, and a PhD from Queen’s University Belfast in International Politics.  She is originally from Pittsburgh.
 


Cancellation Policy
Once payment has been processed there will be no refund issued. To cancel your attendance, please contact the PD Department at PD@cbabc.org. No refunds will be issued to non-attendees.

Accessibility & Inclusiveness
The CBABC provides access to Section activities for all members. The facilities for this meeting may be wheelchair accessible. For information about accessible parking or to communicate your request for other accommodation you require, please contact CBABC PD at pd@cbabc.org.

We also welcome your suggestions for enhancing the inclusiveness of our activities.
 


Seminar Materials/Handouts
All materials will be delivered electronically one day prior to the course date.

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