Come play Law Dojo!  I just released a new overhaul of my law games app. Its mission is to power people up — give them the law smarts & strategies to thrive in our legal world.

If the world is one big law game — with tricky rules, hidden treasure, devastating punishments, and untold opportunities — you should know how to play it!  Law Dojo builds legal muscles so that everyone — not just law students, lawyers & judges — can know how to use the law.

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  1. Hi Margaret,
    I think you’d be interested in some of the work we’re doing (software development and research) at the OpenGov Foundation. Would you have time to chat? Shoot me an email or give me a ring if you can: 202-699-1902.


    • I just saw this buried in my Comments filter! Sorry it has taken almost 7 months to respond. I’d love to talk! Is it still okay?

  2. Hello
    Saw the article about you looking to combine drawing/design and law.
    My first two college degrees are a BA in Architecture and a BFA in Industrial Design. I have always applied the design process I learned 30 plus years ago to business practices and my legal practice. (I went back to law school when I was 40.)
    I have tried using flow charts and drawings to help clients visualize the path that their case might take. I have tried drawing out decision trees as well.
    I am very interested in your project, and would help if there was something that I could assist you with. Not sure what that would be exactly, but you never know.
    So you now have my contact information. Let me know how your project progresses.
    I think it’s an interesting an challenging effort.
    Good luck.

    • I’d love to talk to you — especially about being a creative lawyer, and integrating visuals into your work. Would it be okay if we talked soon?

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