Legal Creative is the world's first platform designed to empower legal communities to stand out. Its mission is to help all legal professionals enhance legal experience and deliver better access to justice, through creativity.
On Canada Day Summit, our founder Tessa Manuello is pitching in front of Canadian Trade Commissioners from Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom and from Ottawa as well as investors and other startups.
Today we are introducing Legal Creatives's first technological solution, an all-in-one digital platform for lawyers willing to kickstart and grow their practice into the digital era. By bringing together legal communities from across the world, Legal Creatives is leading the way into a new legal era through the creative use of technology.
Legal Creatives' mission is to empower the legal community to enhance legal experience...
As one of the 3.5% successful startups over more than 80,000 applicants, Legal Creatives will be showcased in Lisbon from November 6 to 9, 2017.
Legal Creatives is the world's first platform connecting and empowering all legal communities to stand out. By bringing together lawyers, legal professionals and conflict resolution experts who are serious about building an innovative career and practice, as well as CEOs, policy-makers, community leaders, activists and technologists we are driven towards shaping future justice.
Web Summit started in 2010 to connect the technology community with all industries, both old and new. The Web Summit has grown to become the largest technology conference in the world. With 60,000+ attendees and 1,000+ speakers from 160+ countries, the Web Summit is "Davos for the geeks" according to Bloomberg.
Creative Problem Solving (CPS) is a proven method for approaching a problem or a challenge in an imaginative and innovative way. It's a process that helps you redefine the problems and opportunities you face, come up with new, innovative responses and solutions, and then take action.
Traced back to the work that was started by Alex Osborn in the 1940s, developed with Sid Parnes in the 1950s, and nurtured at SUNY Buffalo State and the Creative Education Foundation, CPS has developed exponentially since then. It has been taught by the Creative Education Foundation since then at the University at Buffalo.
By learning this technique, our founder Tessa Manuello is incorporating it into her Legal Research & Development (R&D) adapting it to the legal process, from legal practice to legal innovation. By expanding her...
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