Law Students in Sydney to Compete in Law Tech Challenge with Neota Logic Apps

Law Students in Sydney to Compete in Law Tech Challenge with Neota Logic Apps
Law Students in Sydney to Compete in Law Tech Challenge with Neota Logic Apps

Melbourne, Australia—31 July 2017University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Law Brennan Justice and Leadership students are presenting their law apps built using AI-powered Neota Logic software to an expert panel of judges on Tuesday, August 1 at 6:15pm local Australia time at the Grand Final of the Allens Neota UTS Law Tech Challenge for Social Justice. The Grand Tech Final Team Winner will be announced at approximately 8pm local Australia time.

Each UTS student team consulted with a participating non-governmental organization (NGO) to identify a problem experienced by the NGO’s clients and to develop an online solution. Then, working with lawyers from Allens and their expertise, they built law apps using Neota Logic software, designed specifically for developers with no prior programming experience.

Participating NGOs include:

Based on an original program developed in the US by Georgetown University Law School and Neota Logic, UTS is the first law school in Sydney to implement the Law Tech Challenge.

Teams will present their law apps to the expert panel of judges including Richard Spurio, Managing Partner at Allen, Tim Hartin, Group Company Secretary & Chief Operating Officer for Compliance, Legal & Secretariat at Westpac and Professor Lesley Hitchens, Dean of UTS Law.

The event will be live streamed beginning at 6:15pm AEST/9:15am GMT/4:15am EST via the UTS Law School Facebook page.

Viewers will be able to vote for their favorite app via the page for the People’s Choice Award on the night.

“We’re thrilled to be associated with the first law student competition of this kind in Sydney,” said Julian Uebergang, Managing Director for Asia Pacific for Neota Logic. “These students are helping to bring access to legal expertise to a wider group of people, and at the same time learning the skill sets needed for tomorrow’s lawyer.”

More information on the Allens Neota UTS Law Tech Challenge can be found here.





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