I was invited to join the 2016 Legal Service Design Jam to mentor a group of law professionals with the aim to do nothing less than revolutionizing their industry. Official press release: "Janders Dean, LexisNexis and TheBioAgency are pleased to announce that London’s largest Legal Service Design Jam has been a smashing success.
Held on Friday 13 May at the Andaz Hotel in parallel to the Janders Dean Legal Horizons Conference, the event involved gathering three teams of lawyers and professional support thought leaders from global firms such as Clifford Chance, Allen & Overy, Simmons & Simmons, Ashurst, Clyde & Co, Herbert Smith Freehills, Nabarros, DWF and Stewarts Law – firms were mixed across teams, and each were mentored by leading Service Design mentors from LexisNexis, BAE Systems, Janders Dean and TheBioAgency.
Teams were gathered together to tackle numerous “Future of Law” crowdsourced ideas using informal Service Design techniques – with the goal of challenging conventional thinking of the roles/people, processes, and technology within the current legal landscape. The results from the day’s efforts were phenomenal."