The Access To Justice Tech Fellowship Program (ATJ) is an opportunity for law students interested in using technology to improve our civil justice system. Chosen law students will receive a $4,000 stipend for the summer and will be able to work with a non profit group currently using technology to increase access to justice. The areas of legal tech include mobile app development, analyzing big data, automation, and more.
Chosen students will be linked up with the group that has a project most closely related to technology they are interested in and physical location. MVLS is one of the host organizations for the first ATJ Tech Fellowship. The MVLS Tech Fellow will be working with big data, automation, web scraping, and analytics to help identify legal issues, and develop data for policy change. To apply online please visit the ATJ website.