Foreword by Daniel Martin Katz.- Preface by Antoine Masson and Gavin Robinson.- An Introduction to Creativity: Legal Professions and the Creative Profiler Approach by Todd Lubart and Branden Thornhill-Miller.- Creativity in Law: Reflections on Innovation in Law and the Creativity of Legal Professionals by Christophe Collard and Mark Raison.- What Methods for Legal Innovation by Florian Imbert and Caroline Martin-Forissier.- Legal Innovation Mechanisms: From the Designer to the Consumer by Véronique Chapuis-Thuault.- Legal Innovation and Communication by Antoine Masson.- The Emergence of Intellectual Property for Legal Innovation by Michael Abramowicz and John F. Duffy.- New Practices in the Digital Economy: Towards the Uberization of Law? by Nabyla Daidj.- Legal Innovation in Contracting, and Beyond: Merging Design and Technology Tools for the Information Age by Thomas D. Barton, Helena Haapio, James G. Hazard and Stefania Passera.- Legaltech and the Future of Startup Lawyering by Joseph Green.- Legal Creativity and Boardroom Creativity by Alice Belcher.- Disruptive Litigation by Olivier Beddeleem.- CSR Perspectives about Innovation in Canadian Corporate Law: An ex ante / ex post Approach? by Ivan Tchotourian.- Consumers & Complaints: Marketing Evolution Leads to Legal Innovation from Contract Clauses to General Fairness by Ross Petty.- The Legal Innovation of the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation and its Impact on Systems Competition by Martina Eckardt and Stefan Okruch.- Deregulation and Proactive Law as Regulative Innovations: A Case Study from Finland by Kaisa Sorsa and Tarja Salmi-Tolonen.- Reimagining Today’s Legal Education for Tomorrow’s Lawyers: The Role of Legal Design, Technology and Innovation by Stephanie Dangel, Margaret Hagan and James Bryan Williams.
Antoine Masson co-manages the “Law, Management and Strategies” research program at ESSEC Business School (Paris). He has been a part-time lecturer at Trinity College Dublin and a researcher at HEC-Paris and the University of Luxembourg. He has edited seven books on Law & Management including Legal Strategies: How Corporations Use Law to Improve Performance (Springer Germany: 2010) with Mary J. Shariff.
Gavin Robinson is a postdoctoral researcher in criminal law and IT law at the University of Luxembourg. He wrote a doctoral thesis on the secondary use of commercial data by law enforcement, and is co-editor (with Katalin Ligeti) of Preventing and Resolving Conflicts of Jurisdiction in EU Criminal Law (OUP, 2018). Dr Robinson is assistant editor of the New Journal of European Criminal Law, a member of the European Criminal Law Academic Network (ECLAN), and teaches European Economic and Financial Criminal Law at the University of Luxembourg.
“Diagrams are incorporated throughout the book to illustrate concepts and ideas and each chapter contains a full set of references for the sources referred to in the chapter. … it should provoke food for thought one hopes for managing partners and those looking for better ways to approach the delivery of law to all sorts of consumers. It raises excellent questions … . this book will provoke reflection and hopefully ideas to enable the reader to themselves innovate.” (Gill Steel, lawskills.co.uk, November 17, 2021)