Join us as we have three lawyers discuss how they are using big data to impact poor communities in Maryland. This includes a discussion about the creation of a unique court documents database and how that database is being used through advocacy and litigation to protect people's civil and criminal rights.
Speakers: Joe Mack, Executive Director of Civil Justice Emanwel Turnball, Attorney at Holland Law Firm P.C. Matthew Stubenberg, IT Director of Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Service
Afterwards, we'll grab drinks with the participants to continue the discussion.