Suffolk Law’s Institute on Law Practice Technology & Innovation and the Accelerator Program were named Legaltech News’ 2016 Pro Bono Innovator of the Year.

Student-designed pro bono apps and computer programs create parenting plans, affidavits of indigency, consumer protection demand letters, responses to complaints for debt collection, and security deposit demand letters, among others. “Suffolk was among the first law schools to have such a hands-on focus in legal technology and innovation, and the program has served as a model for other law schools,” writes Legaltech News.


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