April 19, 2016


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.


  • September 12 and 13, 2016


Solutions can include projects related to websites, mailing lists, online communities, digitization of materials, web/mobile applications, intake forms, FAQs, social media accounts, and other tools for your organization. Let us know your organizational challenges.

Planning Committee Members

Meet the Judges

  • Jane Ribadeneyra, Legal Services Corporation Technology Program Analyst for Technology
  • Ellen W. Zegura, Professor and Chair, School of Computer Science, College of Computing, Georgia Tech
  • Representative (TBD) , State Bar of Georgia | Technology Law Section