Suffolk University Law School to Host “Hackcess to Justice” Competition

July 28, 2014 at 4:25 pm Leave a comment

The American Bar Association Journal has organized a two-day competition called “Hackcess to Justice” scheduled to take place August 7-8, 2014  at Suffolk Law School. The competition is open to lawyers, law students, developers, coders and others interested in improving access to justice through technology. Participants must work in a team  to devise a technology enabled solution to one of the five areas outlined in the Legal Services Corporation report. The top three hacks will be awarded a total of $3,000 in cash prizes.

For more information, check out the ABA Journal or the official Hackcess to Justice website.

Topics: Grants & Competitions; Technology Trends


Entry filed under: Grants & Competitions, Technology Trends.

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