Learning from Optimism: Developing an Innovation Culture
1.45 – 2.00pm | Sumac Room
Design-thinking is the fabled methodology for innovation that is fast becoming part of the lawyer’s toolkit. But how do we move from workshopping with Post-It notes to embedding design-thinking capabilities into the DNA of an organisation? How can design-thinking help us deliver more for less?
· demystify design-thinking & common misconceptions
· dive deep into the connections between mindsets, innovation and play
· discuss the science behind bridging the gap between analytical and creative mindsets for successful collaboration
· provide legal service design strategies for end-to-end collaboration from internal client to external counsel
Sara Rayment is the founder of Inkling Legal Design, a consultancy that reimagines legal services through design, law and emerging technology. Having worked as a lawyer for 10 years in top tier firms, Sara blends legal expertise with human centred design principles to deliver innovative solutions. Her clients include government agencies, regulators. law firms and corporate counsel.
Sara has served twice as delegate to the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law to advise on the design of an online cross-border dispute process to provide access to justice for consumers.
In 2019, Sara graduated from Stanford University’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Teaching and Learning Studio where she developed strategies for helping lawyers adopt design-thinking.