One of the best things about the Internet is that if you can’t find the resource you want or need, you can create it yourself. As I began to focus my work on law department innovation, I noticed that there wasn’t a “one-stop shop” where I could find a great collection of resources on this topic. Now there is.
As an experiment (because all innovation efforts are experiments), I’ve built it with a Notion backend for ease of adding and updating resources. I’ve used Super.so for a simple way to do the design. And, yes, I recommend that approach for a site like this. I’m likely to do some other ones like this for supplemental resources for the law school classes I teach and other projects.
A big thank you to Tom Mighell for helping me talk through the database structure, Cat Moon for encouraging me to launch the project, and Nikki Shaver for her positive comments on a prototype.
If you have feedback, suggestions for other resources, or other ideas, please let me know. I can’t wait to see this evolve. The site has reached the “perfect is the enemy of the good” stage and I decided that it’s time to launch.
To answer an obvious question, yes, I am planning to create a Law Department Innovation Library Membership Community later in 2022. Resources will get us started, but a community will make outcomes happen.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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