They make a legal design jam.
A legal design jam is an event where lawyers meet non lawyers and they together work on a legal document to make it over. Massively.
That’s not my usual habit and that’s a reason for it. No, wait, at least 3.
3 reasons why you should go either you are a lawyer or an information architect, a designer, a UX person.
A legal design jam is a battle against legalese. No one -not even lawyers- understands this convulse mixture of jargon and convoluted syntax. And well, maybe everyone is free to use whatever the ugliest jargon he wants to (although I contend also this - startup people have their jargon too and it gets on my nerves). But at least this is out of question when it comes to the Law. Law _must _be clear. Period.
Design is not only about the nice frills and colors you put around. Visualization is not only something that makes information clearer. Visualization is information. Said another way, some information could never possibly be read and understood without savvy visualization (think about big data).
The Legal Design Jam is in Milan. That would be a chance to gather the small Italian legal-tech community. All together in one place, think of it. We would make an easy target for old school lawyers, if they ever decided to clear us out.
Well, I’m taking the risk. Are you meeting me there?