A2J by Design: Prototyping Innovative Solutions with Open Legal Information

About This Session

Duke Law by Design facilitators Kelli Raker & Casandra Laskowski will lead participants in a hands-on workshop using design thinking methodology to prototype solutions to the access to justice gap. After providing a brief background to the methodology, participants will prototype innovative solutions to an A2J issue discussed earlier in the Symposium. The workshop will cultivate participants’ creative problem-solving skillset and empower them to lead their own initiative at their home institutions.

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Kelli Raker

  • Coordinator, Entrepreneurial Law Program, Duke University School of Law

Kelli Raker supports the Duke Program in Law & Entrepreneurship and the Duke Center on Law & Technology as a program Coordinator at Duke University School of Law. She serves as the Managing Director of the Duke Law Tech Lab and provides student services for the LLM in Law & Entrepreneurship.

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Casandra M. Laskowski

  • Technology and Research Services Librarian, Duke University School of Law

Cas Laskowski collaborates with other innovators and technology centers at the law school to foster student engagement with technology through training, networking, and access to emerging technologies. She is also part of Law by Design, a law school initiative to help foster students creative problem solving by teaching them design thinking methodology.

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