Catalyze a Data-Driven Future for Systems of Law and Justice
Researchers, journalists, civil society organizations, law firms and companies have invested significant time and resources in the creation of valuable datasets in the field of law and justice. What if they could share, build upon and collaborate on each others datasets and tools? What if easy-to-use tools could enable the analysis and interoperability of diverse datasets? It could lead to more insightful data-driven projects, grow the community of active data users and spur a collaborative culture that improves our systems of law and justice. The Data for Justice Challenge invited entrepreneurial individuals and organizations to share their interest and ideas to create such a data hub. The Challenge is now in its final stage of selection with the jury on October 4.