Carlton Fields’ Innovation Technology Clerk Wins 3rd Place in Law School Admission Council's Inaugural Justice Innovation Challenge

Technology   |   August 23, 2019
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Carlton Fields’ Law Innovation Technology Clerk, Talia Boiangin, received 3rd place in the Law School Admission Council's Inaugural Justice Innovation Challenge. The competition, which was open to all law students, invited teams to propose innovative, technology-based solutions in collaboration with a nonprofit legal services organization to address the lack of universal access to justice in the United States.
Boiangin’s entry was chosen from more than 50 individual submissions and more than a dozen team submissions from law students around the country. Boiangin, who is also a law student at the University of Miami School of Law, created a resource guide — Cyber Civil Rights Resource Guide — for victims of online abuse. She partnered with the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, Carlton Fields, and Neota Logic to develop the application.
Boiangin and the 2nd and 1st place winners will present their projects to a national group of stakeholders on October 1, 2019 at the Justice Innovation Challenge Winners Showcase event at the Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center in Washington, D.C.
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