De Roos Advocaten is an Amsterdam based law firm, focussing on growth, tech and social enterprises. De Roos has gone through an impressive growth and has quickly become a legal powerhouse, competing with established law firms. Not only for clients but more importantly, for legal top talent. To help De Roos attract top talent and to challenge current team members, we developed De Roos Legal Design Academy. A training program focussed on developing the skills needed for the lawyer of the future.
Personal masterclasses on the method and theory of legal design are combined with technical training. To ensure participants learn to master the theory as well as the design tools. The hands-on assignments are designed to encourage practical implementation of legal design into the business.
Not only to attract creative and out-of-the-box thinkers, but also to ensure challenging and dynamic jobs.
Participants of the Academy have access to the Legal Design Platform. Where they can easily create legal infographics. To improve their advice, written submissions and pleading notes with proven and tested design elements. All templates are tailored to the needs and branding of De Roos Advocaten.
Every attorney at De Roos participates in the Legal Design Academy. Resulting in a team that knows how to use the power of design. To communicate effectively with clients and courts, and to excel at project management, with the help of visuals. But legal design is more than just a handy tool. Learning the skill of visual communication allows young associates to tap into their creativity. And to take on more responsibility, shaping their role as the legal design go-to person on their team.
PHYSEE wanted to change the perspective on employee agreements. Together we created an agreement that reflects the company and its values.
Together with the editorial board of Ars Aequi we create a monthly visual column in which we explain famous Dutch legal judgements.
For a large Dutch firm we created an interactive white paper about the new Dutch Whoa legislation.