We work with advocates and communities to design creative legal resources that engage, inform, and mobilize.

Services Offered

Democratic design

Our collaborative, community-informed design processes foster collective engagement and produce meaningful, effective resources.

Creative communication

We use all kinds of visual tools—including comics, illustrations, typography, and motion graphics—to make legal concepts clear and engaging.

Adaptable outputs

Social media graphics, print materials, web assets, animated videos—we tailor the format of our resources to meet the needs of each community we work alongside.

Pay what you can

Our sliding scale fee system ensures that we can partner with advocates and communities with a variety of needs and resources.

With good design, things changed.

Professor Jim Greiner
Director, A2J Lab @ Harvard

Ready to get creative with your advocacy?

We work with legal service providers, advocacy nonprofits, law schools, and everyone in between. If you are using legal advocacy to effect social justice, we want to hear from you. Let's make something powerful.

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We believe that a more just and participatory legal system is possible. Please support our work with a donation. We're a tiny organization, so a little goes a long way! Together, we can re-envision law.

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People

Hallie Jay Pope

Founder + President
Hallie (she/her) is a lawyer, cartoonist, and legal information designer. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Ashley Treni

Research Advisor
Ashley (she/her) is a UX designer and co-founder of JustFix.nyc. She teaches UX design at Parsons School of Design and General Assembly. She lives in Providence, RI.

Emma Clippinger

Director, Board Chair
Emma is a clinical fellow at Harvard's Food Law & Policy Clinic. She is the co-founder and former director of Gardens for Health. Emma is a graduate of Brown University and NYU School of Law.

Sonal Mittal Tolman

Director, Treasurer
Sonal has been a litigator and advisor to major Silicon Valley companies and now acts as legal counsel for a decentralized blockchain start-up. She is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Law School.

Liz Valentin

Director, Secretary
Liz is a Staff Attorney with the Disability Law Center in Boston, Massachusetts, where she assists disabled victims of crime navigating civil legal issues. She is a graduate of Wesleyan University and Harvard Law School.

Margaret Hagan

Director
Margaret is the Director of the Legal Design Lab and a lecturer at Stanford Institute of Design (the d.school). She is a graduate of Stanford Law School and holds an AB from the University of Chicago, an MA from Central European University in Budapest, and a PhD from Queen’s University Belfast in International Politics.