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Design Thinking and Visual Advocacy for Lawyers


The cover for the book Design Thinking and Visual Advocacy for Lawyers Two Point Oh!Faegre Drinker's new e-book, "Design Thinking and Visual Advocacy for Lawyers Two Point Oh," explores techniques and tools used for enhancing legal strategy and communication through design thinking and visual advocacy. The e-book is available for free download by filling out the below request form or from the Apple iTunes Store.

The e-book offers practical guidance on applying design thinking methodologies to legal problem-solving and creating compelling visual narratives that resonate with judges, jurors, and clients.

Authored by intellectual property partner David J.F. Gross, this e-book is an indispensable resource for lawyers, law students, and anyone interested in the intersection of law and design.

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Faegre Drinker is an official Legal Design Lab partner with Stanford University’s Legal Design Lab. We help clients succeed through design thinking and visual advocacy. We run design sprints for internal and external clients to help solve complex legal issues and create visual advocacy events, seminars and courses to help lawyers communicate more effectively in all aspects of their jobs. In a recent case study of our firm’s design program (see link below), the Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession noted that design thinking constitutes a “unique value proposition to clients” of Faegre Drinker.

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