Co-Founder, Legal Design Arc
"As a young lawyer I had always striven to either build a product or become one."
Given this constant connect with legal design from past seven years, I have been cherry picking opportunities which could help me build a unique skill set complimenting my skills of a lawyer and an artist. I started experimenting on this congruence early on in my sophomore year in 2013 while interning with an NGO in India for whom I developed a comic book to explain the Acts to underprivileged families.
In the year 2013, using structural policy designing technique, I developed a model to improve justice delivery system in India by specializing the courts and multi-furcating them. This research won the first place at the National Youth Convention Manthan.
In the year 2016, I went on to ideate and exhibit the first Legal Art Gallery at the prestigious D. S. National Law University Visakhapatnam. Here, an illustration of major judgments of the courts in India was depicted.
In the year 2019, I got selected as a Legal Designer for qLegal where I developed visual contract and tried my hand at gamification for course development.
Over the years I have developed a range of visual contract portfolios and other legal design tools copyrighted under my name. Also devised a number of techniques for design thinking in law. Currently I am working as a Legal Designer and bootstrapping two startups in the field of Lawtech using Legal Design. At Legal Design Arc we aim to Transform law by design innovation. We are exploring the area of smart contract and contract automation for visual contracts, providing our services under our prime offering of Legal Design Portfolio for Businesses, Startups, Legal Professionals, Educational Institutions and Law Students.
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