Seattle University School of Law will host its first “Social Justice Hackathon” in November. Law students, lawyers, and developers will collaborate to create technology-based solutions aimed at increasing access for those in need of legal services. This event is open to the public.

The Social Justice Hackathon is designed to bring people together for a two-day experiential event to pitch ideas and create solutions that will address the barriers faced by those who cannot afford legal services. Teammates or individual contributors will engage in programming over a two-day period. Representatives from various legal aid organizations in Seattle will provide data and discuss unique issues that they and their clients face and the types of solutions they seek.

Attendees will have the opportunity to present their hackathon applications on Saturday, Nov. 7, at the conclusion of the event. The judges will vote for the most practical and feasible solutions and the winning teams will receive ...
Seattle University School of Law will host its first “Social Justice Hackathon” in November. Law students, lawyers, and developers will collaborate to create technology-based solutions aimed at increasing access for those in need of legal services. This event is open to the public.

The Social Justice Hackathon is designed to bring people together for a two-day experiential event to pitch ideas and create solutions that will address the barriers faced by those who cannot afford legal services. Teammates or individual contributors will engage in programming over a two-day period. Representatives from various legal aid organizations in Seattle will provide data and discuss unique issues that they and their clients face and the types of solutions they seek.

Attendees will have the opportunity to present their hackathon applications on Saturday, Nov. 7, at the conclusion of the event. The judges will vote for the most practical and feasible solutions and the winning teams will receive prizes and support to continue their endeavors.
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