New This Week:

A Conversation About Hackathons

When law student Miguel Willis got the idea for Seattle's "Social Justice Hackathon," he collaborated with members the local civil legal aid community, people like Aurora Martin, the executive director of Columbia Legal Services. In this month's Clearinghouse article, Willis and Martin explain the hackathon and the potential of technology to improve access to justice. Click here to read more. We had a great conversation them in this month's Shriver Hangout. Click here to watch.

Clearinghouse Articles

Tech Justice

A Conversation About Making Justice More Accessible

Miguel Willis
Aurora Martin

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Hacking For Justice: Legal Aid & Tech Collaborations

with Aurora Martin & Miguel Willis

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Advocacy Stories

Using Civil Rights Laws for Environmental Justice Along the Texas Gulf Coast

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Kenneth Shiotani

Senior Staff Attorney at the National Disability Rights Network

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The Shriver Brief

The Truth About Marketplace Health Plan Rates

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Training Programs

Affirmative Litigation

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Advocacy in Action Webinars

Protecting the Fair Housing Rights of People with Criminal Records

A National Reentry Week Event with HUD

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Featured Collections

Due Process & Public Benefits

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National Law & Policy Dialogues

Equitable Access to Educational Opportunities

How to Move Forward in a “Post-Racial” Society

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