Applications for the 2019 Access to Justice Tech Fellows Program are open!
In its third year, the fellows program has aided legal services organizations throughout the nation by connecting law students to help develop technology projects that address access to justice issues.
About the 2019 Fellows Program
The Access to Justice Tech Fellows programs equips the next generation of civil justice leaders with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to build a more responsive civil justice system. One that ensures equitable access and fair outcomes for low-income and marginalized populations.
For ten weeks between June and August, law students intern at an partner legal services organization where they’ll leverage technology, data, and user-centered design approaches to develop solutions that address barriers preventing low-income Americans from receiving legal help. Fellows will receive a $5,000 stipend for their service over the summer and have the opportunity to receive academic credit.