Global Legal Hackathon: HoustonThe Global Legal Hackathon brings together representatives of law firms, corporations, non-profit organizations, universities, law schools and others to create rapid development of technical solutions to advance the legal sector and improve access to legal services.
Computational Law and Blockchain Festival: HoustonThe 2018/2019 CLBFest’s goal is to create and implement computational law (e.g., programmable contracts) and legal blockchain use cases. We achieve this through a combination of educational sessions, hackathons, and policy discussions.
VeteransHackathon+ Veterans’ goal is to develop community models and technology tools to improve access to justice for veterans and those who aim to support them.
Legal Justice HackathonLegal Justice Hackathon’s goal was to develop technology to improve legal justice processes for those who need critical help more efficiently and for those who aim to provide support.
Hackatón por la AmazoníaHackatón por la Amazonía’s goals are to create innovative products and technological developments, support the implementation of the products developed in partnership with public or private entities, and create a multidisciplinary and collaborative environment.
ABA Tech ShowTech ForJustice® Hackathon+ ABA Tech Show’s mission is to develop technology tools to improve access to justice for the most vulnerable, while focusing on Women and Families (Domestic Violence), Legal Aid, and Law Practice Improvement.
Migration Lab LesbosTech ForJustice®: Migration Lab Lesbos had four teams and a total of 16 student developers with diverse backgrounds and skills working on our problem statement at the IDHack. Although there are many apps and tech solutions for the current refugee crises available – most of the platforms do not give refugees the ability to communicate their basic needs and also rate the aid organizations available on efficiency. Our mission is to empower refugees in complex humanitarian crises with technological solutions that are effective and efficient.
New MexicoTech ForJustice® Hackathon+ New Mexico’s mission was to spur the development of technology that would create a holistic and ongoing solution to the problem of domestic violence in New Mexico, as identified by New Mexico Legal Aid. We did so by convening access to justice stakeholders and identifying and designing outreach for sustainable implementation of the best innovations.
AustinTech For Justice Hackathon+ Austin focused on creating and developing a technology-based access to justice tool for parenting and guardianship cases that present an ongoing problem for the Texas Justice System.
San FranciscoTech For Justice Hackathon+ San Francisco was the first ever legal hackathon specifically addressing online dispute resolution. Participants spent a weekend tackling problems within thematic areas that included the collaborative economy, cyberbullying, the environment, and landlord/tenant issues.