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See detailProactive Legal Design for Health Data Sharing based on Smart Contracts
Rossi, Arianna UL; Haapio, Helena

in Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo; Fenwick, Mark; Wrbka, Stefan (Eds.) Smart Contracts. Technological, Business and Legal Perspectives (2021)

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See detailLegal Design Patterns: Towards A New Language for Legal Information Design
Rossi, Arianna UL; Ducato, Rossana; Haapio, Helena et al

in Schweighofer, Erich; Kummer, Franz; Saarenpää, Ahti (Eds.) 22nd International Legal Infomatics Symposium IRIS 2019 (2019)

Patterns are a central tool in legal design. They are conceptual schemes or entities describing solutions to a recurring legal problem, helping to make contracts, disclosures and policies accessible to ... [more ▼]

Patterns are a central tool in legal design. They are conceptual schemes or entities describing solutions to a recurring legal problem, helping to make contracts, disclosures and policies accessible to users and easier to prepare. In this paper, we take stock of existing legal design patterns and pattern libraries and present the idea of a legal design pattern language intended to lead to documenting and sharing good practices across disciplines and to more actionable pattern libraries. [less ▲]

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See detailWhen Design Met Law: Design Patterns for Information Transparency
Rossi, Arianna UL; Ducato, Rossana; Haapio, Helena et al

in Droit de la Consommation (2019), (1),

The problems of online disclosures, notices, and terms are well-known and documented. Research and experience tell us that consumers dislike and do not read them. Much less has been said and done about ... [more ▼]

The problems of online disclosures, notices, and terms are well-known and documented. Research and experience tell us that consumers dislike and do not read them. Much less has been said and done about the solutions. Building on Proactive Law and Legal Design, this research-based, practice-oriented article introduces proactive legal design patterns as a possible way forward. The article illustrates, with examples, how design patterns can help implement the principle of transparency in consumer-facing communication and elaborates, in an innovative manner, the ways in which legal design patterns can help solve recurring problems. [less ▲]

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See detailProactive Legal Design: Embedding Values in the Design of Legal Artefacts
Rossi, Arianna UL; Haapio, Helena

in Schweighofer, Erich; Kummer, Franz; Saarenpää, Ahti (Eds.) International Legal Infomatics Symposium IRIS 2019 (2019)

Legal Design is an umbrella term for merging forward-looking legal thinking with design think- ing. It applies human-centered design to prevent or solve legal problems. Legal Design takes an ... [more ▼]

Legal Design is an umbrella term for merging forward-looking legal thinking with design think- ing. It applies human-centered design to prevent or solve legal problems. Legal Design takes an interdisciplinary and proactive approach to law, covering not only legal information and documents, but also legal services, processes, and systems. This paper introduces Legal Design in the context of forward-looking Legal Tech, especially through the lenses of data protection, and analyses the analogies among Value-Sensitive Design, Proactive Law, and Privacy by Design. [less ▲]

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See detailLegal Design Patterns for Privacy
Haapio, Helena; Hagan, Margaret; Palmirani, Monica et al

in Data Protection / LegalTech Proceedings of the 21st International Legal Informatics Symposium IRIS 2018 (2018)

Fulfilling the legal requirements of mandated disclosure is a challenge in many contexts. Privacy communication is no exception, especially for those who seek to effectively inform individuals about the ... [more ▼]

Fulfilling the legal requirements of mandated disclosure is a challenge in many contexts. Privacy communication is no exception, especially for those who seek to effectively inform individuals about the use of their data. Lawyers across countries and industries are facing recurring problems when (re)writing privacy notices and terms. Visual and interactive design patterns have been suggested as the solution, yet our analysis shows that they are lacking on most privacy policies. This indicates the need for standardization and an actionable pattern library, which we propose in this paper. [less ▲]

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