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Access to Justice Tech Fellows

Philadelphia, United States
Joined April 2022

A2J Tech Fellows seeks to inspire and equip the next generation of civil justice leaders with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes to build a more responsive civil justice system.

Presence in: United States
Focus: Legal Aid & Public Interest Law

The Access to Justice Tech Fellows program is a non-profit organization housed and in affiliation with the Future of the Profession Initiative. Through the Access to Justice Tech Fellowship Program, law students undertake immersive, 10-week, paid summer fellowships with legal organizations to tackle the many barriers preventing low-income Americans from receiving legal help.

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Miguel Willis

United States  
Access to Justice Tech Fellows
Joined April 2022
Interests: Community Organizing, Community Paralegals, Family, Legal Aid & Public Interest Law, Right to Information
Miguel Willis is the Innovator in Residence at the Law School’s Future of the Profession Initiative (“FPI”). Miguel concurrently serves as the Executive Director of Access to Justice Tech Fellows (“A2J Tech Fellows”), a national nonprofit organization that develops summer fellowships for law students seeking to leverage technology to create equitable legal access for low-income and marginalized populations. Immediately prior to joining FPI, Willis served as the Law School Admissions Council’s (“LSAC”) inaugural Presidential Innovation Fellow.
Willis earned a degree in Political Science from Howard University.
While completing his undergraduate degree, Willis worked with the Department of Justice’s Office of Immigration Litigation. He is a 2017 graduate of the Seattle University School of Law. Following law school, Willis held posts at the City of Seattle, Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs, where he assisted on legal content and strategy for the creation of a Citizenship web portal. In addition, to the the Alaska Court System to develop its Justice for All Project.
Miguel Willis is the network champion (main point of contact) for Access to Justice Tech Fellows.

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