See and hear what people are saying about the Judicial Innovation Fellowship.
The Judicial Innovation Fellowship in the news:
Georgetown Tech Program To Begin In Tennessee, Utah, Kansas, Law360, March 2023.
How can tech be used to improve our justice system? Georgetown’s Judicial Innovation Fellowship will find out, Technical.ly, February 2023.
How to Craft Ethical Tech Solutions to the Many Issues with the Legal System, Public Defenseless Podcast, January 2023.
Evolving Education: 3 Recently Launched Law School Legal Tech Programs, Law.com, January 2023.
A New Tech Fellowship for Judicial Innovation, Talk Justice, a Legal Services Corporation Podcast, December 2022.
Georgetown Law launches fellowship program to improve public access to courts through technology, American Bar Association Journal, November 2022.
Georgetown Law program will embed technologists in courts, Law 360, November 2022.
What people are saying about the Judicial Innovation Fellowship:
“As more and more people come to court without a lawyer, we, as court leaders, need smart, innovative solutions to improve how we interact with the public,” says Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack. “The Judicial Innovation Fellowship helps courts move toward a more innovative and equitable future.”
“I’m excited about the Judicial Innovation Fellowship Program,” writes Dave Zvenyach, former Director of the Technology Transformation Services at the United States General Services Administration. “We are fortunate that government and related institutions are stepping to create space for technologists to fill an access-to-justice gap.”
“Technology innovation represents the most cost-effective, widely beneficial opportunity for courts to meet the needs of their 21st Century users,” says Judge Jennifer Bailey of Florida’s 11th Judicial Circuit and Judicial Innovation Fellowship advisor. “The Judicial Innovation Fellowship represents a real chance to move forward.”