(and why I call myself a Legal Architect)
Legal Architecture’s manifesto, first draft. My post on Legal Half Hour.
“Law is information. Like information, it can be produced from many different sources and reach terabytes of mass. We don’t need to reduce that information, we need an instrument to make sense of it, to provide it with coherence and to enhance research and retrieval. Here is where legal architecture steps in. (…)”
“When I think about legal architecture now, I think about driving Information Architecture into law. Information Architecture is a very recent discipline which has been teaching us some interesting stuff on the way information should be presented and organized. Information Architecture makes the complex simpler: Legal Architecture aims to do the very same with law.”