At the most recent installment in our Looking Into Low Bono series, we looked at ways that technology can expand access to justice. Our panelists had lots of great information to share, and their presentations are worth checking out:
- Presentation by Billie-Jo Kaufman (Associate Dean, American University Washington College of Law)
- Presentation by Briane Cornish Knight (Responsive Law)
- Presentation by Tanina Rostain (Georgetown Law)
You may also be interested in these apps built by Georgetown Law students.
- Debt & Eviction Navigator: An app that supports social workers serving home bound elderly (built with Jewish Association Serving the Aging)
- New York City Earned Sick Time Advisor: A self-help app to determine user’s entitlement to paid sick leave under NYC law (built with A Better Balance)
Over the summer, we’ll be putting together a compendium of the topics and resources highlighted during our Looking into Low Bono series, and providing opportunities to continue to expand our low bono community.
Finally, our Low Bono Google Group continues to grow! If you’d like to join, please email our Executive Director, Nancy Lopez.
We’re excited to be looking into low bono, and we look forward to the next steps!