At the Tech for Good Cambridge Meetup in July there were 4 very different organisation working across this sector, for this important and very timely topic - bringing Technology and Tech for Good into the field of Law & Justice.
Law Centres defend the legal rights of people who cannot afford a lawyer. They are specialists working in their local communities to uphold justice and advance equality.
Secondly: Cecile Diener - Ministry of Justice Digital team
The Ministry of Justice Digital team is transforming the justice system trough digital tools and technology.
Thirdly: Nicoleta Uzorka Ion, Atticus Link
Atticus Link is an innovative web app that improves access to legal advice and fosters the communication between various non-for-profit advice provider to streamline an uneven system. Follow them on Twitter.
Finally: Rebecca Agliolo - LawBot Ltd -
LawBot is a legal technology company founded by four Cambridge students. It will be relaunched on the 24th July, as a free chatbot hosted on Facebook messenger, and will cover the law of 7 countries. The bot discusses the users’ legal problems, and can calculate with 71% accuracy their chances of winning a claim. Then, the bot refers the user to a law firm from our network best suited to meet their needs. LawBot-X Press Release
Bringing Technology and Tech for Good into the field of Law and Justice.
Hear from Miranda Grell of Law Centres, Cecile Diener at the Ministry of Justice Digital Team, Nicoleta Uzorka Ion from Atticus Link and Rebecca Agliolo of LawBot Ltd.