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2016 May

Tech Justice

A Conversation About Making Justice More Accessible

By Aurora Martin & Miguel Willis

Seattle University School of Law hosted Seattle’s first “Social Justice Hackathon” in 2015. The hackathon brought together Seattle’s civil legal aid and tech communities to create tech solutions to access-to-justice problems. The hackathon’s creator, law student Miguel Willis, talked with Aurora Martin, the executive director of Columbia Legal Services, about this collaboration and how innovation and technology adoption can be vital tools to allow courts and legal aid organizations to reach more clients more efficiently.

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