Join us to help build technology that will improve access to justice

HACKJUSTICE is a two-day “hackathon” that brings together legal professionals, computer programmers, students, computer scientists, software developers, members of the public, and professionals of various disciplines to code and create technology applications that will improve access to justice.

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February 03 & 04, 2017 | Simultaneously in Montreal & Toronto

(Friday – 9 to 5 | Saturday – 9 to 4)

Over the course of two days, participants will compete for prizes as they work in teams to create and code either a mobile phone or software app, a website, or other technological solution that will make justice more accessible.

Each team will have the opportunity to present their tech solution to panel of judges who will choose the hackathon winners based on the originality and usefulness tech developed.

The competition will be broadcasted live in both Montréal and Toronto.

Who can participate?

Anyone who is interested in technology and improving access to justice!

What does it cost?

It’s free, but you need to register (so we know how much coffee we need)!


A joint initiative of

 The Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution (Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto) & the Cyberjustice Laboratory (Université de Montréal)



This content has been updated on 30 January 2017 at 13 h 34 min.