An article in the ABA Journal this week featured an upcoming Curo project — the development of a web application to help victims of hate crimes understand the law and get the help they need. This is a collaborative effort between Curo, the ABA Center for Innovation, Cisco Systems, Suffolk University Law School, and Stanford Law School. As the ABA Journal article notes, “the project was the brainchild of Nicole Bradick, chief strategy officer at CuroLegal.”
Work commences on March 20 at a design event held at Suffolk Law School in Boston, that will bring together designers, developers, civil rights organizations, academics, and community members to develop the initial prototype.
We’ll keep you posted as the project progresses!
You can read the full article from the ABA Journal here.
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