Take a peek at the Round Two submissions that got the teams to the Finals.
Ottawa, ON, Canada
An app for producing quick and easy legal contracts using verbal answers.
A solution designed to improve access to justice and provide practical legal training to law students.
A legal platform that allows people needing to present themselves to justice to be identified, located and registered remotely from common mobile devices.
Making it super-simple to request your GDPR data from providers such as Google, Facebook or anyone else.
Hong Kong, China
A machine learning powered browser plugin that helps people read and understand legislation.
HelpSelf (Clear My MJ)
Los Angeles, CA, USA
TurboTax for expungements, a crucial tool to solving the access to justice gap in the US.
INCO-Herent (INCOtelligent Smart Contracts)
Cleveland, OH, USA
Providing a clear understanding of how to choose and verify appropriate use of INCOterms when buying or selling across international borders to more accurately capture costs and risks.
Montreal, QC, Canada
A web platform that offers customized help and orientation to the public, providing referrals to relevant legal resources. The objective: Making the judicial process easier.
Denver, CO, USA
An online community for attorneys to review consumer contracts, enabling consumers to make educated decisions and encouraging businesses to make their contracts fair.
AI support to businesses and law firms to make wading through documents a breeze.
New York, NY, USA
Trustworthy, consistent, and conversational access to legal information via voice.
A consensus finding engine that facilitates a new and innovative way of conflict resolution.
San Francisco, CA, USA
Enabling collective legal action by deploying secure smart-contract bounties and streamlining collection of evidence.
Team Lemon (LemonAid)
Aiming to electronically facilitate access to criminal justice by decreasing the turnaround time for delivery of pro-bono legal services through collating, analyzing, and collaborating on existing case data.