Legal Geek Conference in London 2018

More than 1,000 delegates attended the Legal Geek conference in London on 17 October. The conference brought together law firms and legal tech start-ups with software products designed for the legal world. Sponsors of the conference included The Law Society and Magic Circle firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
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Finalists for Innovating Justice 2018

The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) is pleased to announce that 17 innovators and entrepreneurs have been selected to enter its prestigious Justice Accelerator program, which commences from the end of October.

HiiL Innovating Justice South Africa 2018 winners

The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) is pleased to announce Baobab.law as the Southern Africa winner of its annual Innovating Justice Challenge. The winner was decided at a special pitching event on Tuesday 4 September at Sandton Convention Centre, by a panel of expert judges from the fields of law and innovation.

HiiL Innovating Justice South Africa 2018

The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) is pleased to announce the Southern Africa finalists for its Innovating Justice Challenge 2018. 

Innovating Justice 2018 HiiL

The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) is looking for South Africa's most promising solutions to access to justice problems, and we're running out of time to do it!

Innovating Justice by Hiil 2018

Legal disruptors - do you have an enterprise, startup or just an idea that will improve access to justice for people around the world? The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) wants to hear from you, as it opens its Call for Applications for the Innovating Justice Challenge 2018.

Global Legal Hackathon Johannesburg

The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) is pleased to announce that it is bringing the prestigious event for legal and justice innovators, Global Legal Hackathon, to South Africa for the first time this February.

Winners of the Innovating Justice Event 2017

Two startups from Southern Africa won top honours at The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law’s annual Innovating Justice Forum in December, when they were declared the winner and runner-up of the global Innovating Justice Challenge 2017.

Partners Andrew Taylor and Kyle Torrington

Legal Legends is providing solutions for SMEs who cannot afford legal services for their businesses. Describing itself as Africa’s, first legal eCommerce website, Legal Legends offers affordable legal services for entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses. Interesting enough and quite refreshing is the fact that their services are offered at fixed upfront prices.

Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association

This app will facilitate the access to labour and environmental laws for the mine workers and affected rural communities in Zimbabwe, a network of online mobile hubs would be managed by the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA).

Comic Contracts by Robert de Rooy

Comic Contracts creates legally binding visual contracts for vulnerable people, which reduces contract inequality, improves understanding and aligns mutual expectations.

Lady Liberty South Africa

A '1st in South Africa' mobile legal office, taking law to marginalised women by traveling to poor remote areas, and virtually by using mobile technology.

HiiL Innovating Justice

South Africa is a nation in which our men have been historically bonded in violence and when you mix that with poverty, substance abuse, unemployment and cultural values, you then get an instance where South Africa is now becoming a country that is breeding violent men systematically. The question is how do you reduce social fabric crimes, such as gender based violence as well as to make constitution values our lived daily values.

Road Rules app

Road Rules offer a few services to the road users in Zimbabwe, primarily the focus was on helping new drivers pass their drivers exam, but the other more important aspect is the education of road users on what the fines should be when the traffic police issue spot fines.

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