This Thursday 20 June, Flinders Law students will compete in this semester’s Law in a Digital Age Pitch Presentations.
At the event, students will present the applications they have created in the Flinders Law course Law in a Digital Age: Building A2J Legal Apps. Through the course, the students have learned how to leverage the Neota Logic no-code AI automation platform to create legal applications for not-for-profit organisations. The legal applications have all been designed to help promote access to justice.
This semester, student teams have created applications for the following not-for-profit organisations:
During the pitch presentations, the students will be present their apps to a panel of judges and complete for the top honor of “Best App.”