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Joanna Goodman discusses how applying design thinking and principles to the practice of law can help broaden access to legal services and help people understand their legal rights. Goodman refers to the Legal Design Summit in Helsinki, which is run by non-profit association Legal Design Finland whose ethos is to create a diverse and inclusive community for change. The summit attracted legal design pioneers from around the world seeking positive change across the professional services ecosystem.

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Joanna Goodman discusses how applying design thinking and principles to the practice of law can help broaden access to legal services and help people understand their legal rights. Goodman refers to the Legal Design Summit in Helsinki, which is run by non-profit association Legal Design Finland whose ethos is to create a diverse and inclusive community for change. The summit attracted legal design pioneers from around the world seeking positive change across the professional services ecosystem.

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