Data, Design, and Rule of Law: Q&A with Nóra Al Haider

This interview was published on the website of the World Justice Project. Nóra Al Haider is an interdisciplinary legal (LL.B & LL.M) researcher based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Her work combines the fields of law, tech, data science, and design to find efficient and human-centered solutions for complex problems. In her recent design installation, What isContinue reading “Data, Design, and Rule of Law: Q&A with Nóra Al Haider”

WHAT IS LAW? (BABY DON’T HURT ME): A DESIGN INSTALLATION

The question of how to visualize legal data in a more understandable and accessible way has been on my mind for a while. In June I had the opportunity to explore this question more in depth. I ended up creating a design and art installation with the objective of letting people explore the topic ofContinue reading “WHAT IS LAW? (BABY DON’T HURT ME): A DESIGN INSTALLATION”

Trading Places: Legal Design in Reporting Systems of Online Multiplayer Video Games

Level 1: Introduction Video games and law are two words that you would not expect to read in a sentence. However, in my work I love to combine seemingly unrelated fields. In this case there is more crossover than you would expect. The rise of online multiplayer games exacerbated a problem that was always ever-presentContinue reading “Trading Places: Legal Design in Reporting Systems of Online Multiplayer Video Games”