Legal Design Patterns: Towards A New Language for Legal Information Design

Interdisciplinary Research Group in Socio-technical Cybersecurity

Legal Design Patterns: Towards A New Language for Legal Information Design

Rossi Arianna, Ducato Rossana, Haapio Helena, Passera Stefania
Abstract:
Patterns are a central tool in legal design. They are conceptual schemes or entities describing solutions to a recurring legal problem, helping to make contracts, disclosures and policies accessible to users and easier to prepare. In this paper, we take stock of existing legal design patterns and pattern libraries and present the idea of a legal design pattern language intended to lead to documenting and sharing good practices across disciplines and to more actionable pattern libraries.
Authors:
Rossi Arianna, Ducato Rossana, Haapio Helena, Passera Stefania
Publication date:
2019
Published in:
22nd International Legal Infomatics Symposium IRIS 2019
Reference:
Rossi, A., Ducato, R., Haapio, H., Passera, S., & Palmirani, M. (2019, February). Legal Design Patterns: Towards A New Language for Legal Information Design. In 22nd International Legal Infomatics Symposium IRIS 2019.

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