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Technology to improve judicial systems, including ameliorating injustices within the criminal justice system itself

Legal Robot

Legal tech startup using Artificial Intelligence to make Legal Documents less painful & improve Access to Justice.

TrialWatch

Microsoft and the Clooney Foundation for Justice have teamed up to create TrialWatch, an app designed to help human rights advocates more easily monitor legal proceedings around the world.

A2J Author

A2J Author aims to improve access to justice for people who represent themselves. The service hosts simplified legal information and resources created by legal professionals.

Project Callisto

Project Callisto helps survivors of sexual assualt and harrasment on college campuses document sexual assault, seek counseling, and start an investigation.

Open Justice

A transparency initiative led by the California Department of Justice that publishes criminal justice data so we can understand how we are doing, hold ourselves accountable, and improve public policy to make California safer.

Open Justice Oklahoma

Open Justice Oklahoma (OJO) seeks to improve understanding of our justice system through analysis of public data. OJO is a program of Oklahoma Policy Institute and is led by Ryan Gentzler.Working closely with justice system stakeholders and advocates, we use cutting-edge methods to identify problems, craft solutions, and measure reform outcomes.Our goal is to provide all Oklahomans with a more complete understanding of how our justice system operates and how we can use it to efficiently reduce crime and improve rehabilitation.

Upsolve

Upsolve provides assistance to low-income groups by helping them file for bankruptcy. It provides free online guidance for the entire process with the help of pro bono lawyers.

CYRILLA (Collaborative Cyberrights Research Initiative and Localized Legal Almanac)

The CYRILLA Collaborative is a global initiative that seeks to map and analyze the impacts of legal frameworks in digital environments by aggregating, organizing, and visualizing distributed legal data through open research methodologies, data models, taxonomies, and databases.

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