🎧 Explore what it means to be a lawyer and law firm of the future (podcast inside)Apr 04, 2019
We’re excited to present you the new Podcast we are co-producing with Futurelab.legal, as a platform designed to explore what it means to be a lawyer and law firm of the future.
Discover The Future of Law Podcast, as Quddus Pourshafie from Futurelab.legal and Tessa Manuello from legal Creatives are bringing you a platform to explore what the future holds for the legal industry.
In the last episode, your hosts talk about an unusual topic that will leave you inspired and energized, and certainly more creative, as they discuss Beauty and the Law. Listen to the episode to discover why beauty matters for the future of the law, and how to make the legal documents, services, and products, more attractive, through the power of beauty.
It's time to think about how we can make legal services more beautiful. Why making legal services more beautiful, you may ask? As individuals, we are all attracted to beauty. We are all attracted to things and people that are beautiful to us. By making legal documents, products and services more beautiful, law firms are more likely to attract more customers and that will be more appreciative of the service they receive.
Today legal documents are drafted in a similar way, using a Times New Roman font, black as a color, and white as a background. There is not much originality in the way we draft and present legal information.
Can law firms make everything they produce more beautiful? Contracts that are more colorful? Legal document that are visually attractive? And services that are packaged beautifully? So people can be more attracted to them and appreciate them fully.
To achieve beauty in law, we first need to know what is beauty to us. We need to know what are the characteristics that make things beautiful to us. In this highly interactive episode, your podcast hosts take you on a journey to understand what is beauty to you, infuse beauty in legal content and packaging, awakening your sense of beauty for a legal Renaissance.
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