Access to Justice Tech Fellows Program Info Session

In October 2020, Access to Justice Tech Fellows (“A2JTF”) became formally affiliated with Penn Law’s Future of the Profession Initiative (“FPI”). A2JTF’s Founder and Executive Director, Miguel Willis, also became FPI’s first Innovator in Residence. A2JTF is a 10-week fully funded experiential summer learning program that places law students at legal services organizations to develop innovative solutions that leverage technology, data, and design to expand access to legal services and improve civil justice systems. Student fellows work on challenging legal projects, including responding to COVID-related legal issues, addressing affordable housing and evictions, and providing legal aid to domestic violence victims. The program provides law students with hands-on experience in using technology to deliver legal services. A2JTF seeks law students interested in working on projects this summer. FPI and Miguel invite Penn Law students to join us to learn more about A2JTF and these upcoming summer opportunities.  An individually packaged meal will be available at the conclusion of the event.