Access to Justice / Hackathon

Sep 12 & 13, 2016

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The Access to Justice Hackathon Project is a two-day coding event intended to bring together technology innovators and law professionals to address specific issues and obstacles related to legal aid/law services delivery. Representatives from legal aid, pro bono and other public interest advocacy programs profile a specific issue or problem their respective program faces and collaborate with teams who compete to develop a solution.

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bringing together technology innovators and law professionals to address specific issues and obstacles related to delivery of legal aid/law services
two-day coding event

A panel of judges consisting of public interest and other law professionals select the top three tech winners who will receive prizes for their coding contributions to access to justice. The justice community then has three or more free, innovative tech approaches to implement. Importantly, the event offers the justice community an opportunity for networking and creating lasting relationships with seasoned and up-and-coming professionals within the tech community.

Sponsors

Special thanks to our sponsors

State Bar of Georgia

Event Sponsor

Access to Justice Committee

Committee Sponsor

Technology Law Section

Section Sponsor

Oracle

Corporate Sponsor

Kilpatrick Townsend

Law Firm Sponsor

Sharecare

Facility Sponsor

MyGaLaw

Online Platform Sponsor