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Legal design for organizations

Legal design is the application of design thinking to law. It is a multidisciplinary problem-solving methodology and a set of practical tools aimed at designing legal ‘products’ and legal services in a user-centric perspective. It is gaining more and more traction within public administrations, legal departments, and law firms.



This course will be given by Prof. Gregory Lewkowicz at the FARI Test & Experience Center (Cantersteen 16, 1000, Brussels).

Language sessions:
– Friday 8 March 2024
– Thursday 28 April 2024

Duration: from 9:30 to 17:00



This one-day training offers participants an introduction to legal design structured around three aspects:
(1) the study of fundamental concepts and processes used in legal design;
(2) the presentation of use cases and practical tools to facilitate the use of this methodology;
(3) the completion of practical exercises aimed at implementing this methodology both to communicate and design legal ‘products’ and user-centered legal services.

At the end of this training, participants will possess the necessary knowledge to independently implement this methodology with their teams.

Target Audience & Discounts

As FARI is supported by the European Resilience & Recovery Fund (RRF), we can continue to offer free access to participants from public administrationspublic institutions and research institutions.

We can also provide a 50% discount to participants from the following target groups:

– Educational institutions
NGOs and non-profit organisations
– Brussels based companies
– Brussels citizens

Dates (English course only)

18 April 2024


English & French


Be Central, FARI Experience Centre, Cantersteen 16, 1000 Bruxelles

Full fee

Full price

250 Euro (excl. VAT)



Gregory Lewkowicz

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Laetitia d'Ornano