Technology is changing the world, and that includes access to justice. Legal aid organizations have led the way in using technology to improve access to justice, some having done so for more than two decades. More recently, startups have entered this space and JusticeTech has emerged as an investment sector. This program brings together legal aid leaders and JusticeTech startup founders to discuss the emergence of the use of technology for access to justice, current landscape, and future potential for technology to improve access to justice.
- Sonja Ebron, Courtroom5, CEO, founding member of Justice Technology Association
- Yousef Kassim, Easy Expunctions, CEO, founding member of Justice Technology Association
- Conor Malloy, Law Center for Better Housing, Supervising Attorney & Rentervention Director
- Teri Ross, Illinois Legal Aid Online, Executive Director
Moderator: Dan Linna, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law & McCormick School of Engineering, Senior Lecturer & Director of Law and Technology Initiatives
CLE Request form:
This program has been approved for 1 general CLE credit hour in Illinois. To receive Illinois CLE credit, please fill out the survey above certifying your attendance no later than December 5th, 2022. Late requests for credit cannot be accommodated. Requests submitted before the program date will not be accepted. This program is only approved for CLE credit in Illinois. If you would like an attendance certificate to use when you self-apply for credit in another state, please indicate this on the survey.