Design in Legal Education (Routledge 2022), co-edited by Emily Allbon and Amanda Perry-Kessaris, is a visually rich, experience-led collection exploring what design can do for legal education. In recent decades design has increasingly come to be under- stood as a resource to improve other fields of public, private and civil society practice; and legal design—that… Continue reading Design in legal education: an edited collection
Perry-Kessaris, A. Doing Sociolegal Research in Design Mode (Routledge, 2021) is a short monograph produced with the support of a Socio-Legal Studies Association field work grant and a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship (RF-2019-045). Download Chapter 1: Towards a proposition (Author Manuscript) Presentations https://vimeo.com/showcase/8395458 Overview This book is the first to explore what design can do… Continue reading Doing sociolegal research in design mode: a short monograph
How might design enhance our understanding of, and our ability to communicate about, law as a social phenomenon? At what cost? Mindsets, tools and processes from design such as visualisation, sprints and prototyping are increasingly identified as distinctive and useful; and adopted across legal fields from practice to activism to policy-making (Perry-Kessaris 2019). With the… Continue reading Work in progress: Doing socio-legal research in design mode
I was invited to respond visually to the concept of value in the context of a special issue of the London International Law Review devoted to the topic. I felt compelled to start at the most basic question: what is the relationship between the concept of value and any collection, including an academic special issue? I started… Continue reading VALUE
'The case for a visualised economic sociology of legal development' Current Legal Problems, Vol. 67 (2014), pp. 169–198 doi:10.1093/clp/cuu016Winner of the SLSA Article Prize for 2015Access it here for free.