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Whether you’re summarising complicated legal information or trying to decipher its essence, visualisation is a powerful tool for swiftly getting a message across clearly and convincingly, while improving both comprehension and retention.
That’s why Houthoff has developed a Legal Design offering. We help our clients understand complex legal information quickly and easily. Using visual tools, our lawyers can get your message across effectively in court.
This innovative approach utilises graphics and other visual tools to support our clients’ point of view or to facilitate strategic discussion in a clear, intuitive and concise way. This saves the time it takes wading through text, improves concentration and makes it easy to see connections or contradictions.
From summarising and clarifying contradictory arguments, to quickly grasping structures or arrangements, Houthoff’s Legal Design Team provides an effective and efficient way to achieve results, whether inside or outside the courtroom. Our clients say it works so well because it perfectly combines two specialist skills: the lawyer's pen and the legal designer's pencil.
We live in an age of information overload and diminishing attention spans. Imagery is becomingly increasingly important as it has the power to communicate complex messages rapidly, concisely and memorably. Houthoff is known for its strategic and pragmatic approach. Legal design is an excellent example of this. We can translate your complex legal issue into a visual aid that supports your strategy.
We combine the field of design with the science of behavioural psychology to communicate legal information to the recipient in a functional, factual and accurate manner. We do this by using graphic instruments and other visual tools to support our clients’ viewpoint or to facilitate strategic discussion in a clear, intuitive and concise way.
The use of legal design makes it possible to identify bottlenecks much earlier in the process, while at the same time facilitating other lines of thought. This often leads to new insights. Legal design thus lends itself well not only to effective communication in court, but also to better negotiations, transactions and client-lawyer communication.