Date & Time
Friday, December 6, 2019
1:30 pm
   |   Live Event

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The Legal Apps Competition, presented by Cornell Tech, Cornell Law School, Littler and Neota Logic, will showcase the future of law, as students compete to leverage AI for the benefit of legal service clients using the Neota Logic software development toolset.

For the past semester, teams of graduate students from JD and LLM programs have participated in the Cornell Law School course, Delivering Legal Services Through Technology, taught at Cornell Tech in NYC by Cornell Tech Associate Dean, Matthew D’Amore with Adjunct Professors, Scott Rechtschaffen (Littler Mendelson) and Kevin Mulcahy (Neota Logic), along with other legal tech leaders.

The teams will present the innovative legal apps they have developed to a distinguished panel of judges. The app topics are:

  • US Asylum Advisor: Can the person qualify for asylum?
  • US Green Card Advisor: Which type of Green Card might I qualify for?
  • US Visa Advisor: How can I become a US citizen?
  • US Citizenship Advisor: How can I become a US citizen?
  • US Immigration Relief Advisor: Guidance for people seeking to stay in the US legally
  • NY Divorce Case Assessment Tool: Support for people considering divorce in NY
  • Assistance Dog Rights Advisor: Guidance on the rights of assistance dog companions

Come join the fun, cast your vote, and see one of the key ways that Cornell Law is preparing students to thrive and lead in the new age of law — all at the extraordinary Tata Innovation Center at Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City.

Check-In: 1:30 pm

Program: 2:30 pm

Reception: 4:30 pm

Click here for more information on the program and additional details regarding the event. If you are unable to attend, join via livestream and vote for your favorite app.