DECEMBER 8-9, 2018
Sheptytsky Center

Ukrainian Catholic University

Lviv, Ukraine
Stryiska str. 29

ORGANIZERS
Kyiv Legal Hackers
The Ukrainian part of the international community of professionals works at the intersection of technology and law. The community of the best Ukrainian and foreign IT and legaltech enthusiasts exchange experiences and innovative solutions.

#KyivLegalHack
http://kyivlegalhackers.org
UCU Law School
Ukrainian Catholic University Law School is a value-oriented law school with an innovative approach to learning. Among the activities of the school are training programs for practicing lawyers, the Master's program, and projects with Ukrainian and international partners.

#NotAnotherLawSchool
https://law.ucu.edu.ua
WHAT IS `HACKATHON`?

Hackathon (a portmanteau word of "hack" and "marathon") is usually a two-day event, during which specialists from a variety of industries, including software development, intensively and cohesively work together to solve a problem by creating a new service.
HOW IT WAS LAST YEAR?
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Brainstorm
Continuous brainstorming,
developing and testing!
Innovations
Creating innovative products.
The best ideas will be realized.
Networking
Communications and active work
in a team of like minded people
Food
Delicious food and drinks
during the hackathon.
API
Free access to
OpenData Bot and Court on Your Palm APIs
Prizes
The winners will get prizes from sponsors, partners, and organizers
"Justice is about trust and happiness"
Director of Innovation, UAE Ministry of Justice
Abdu'l Al-Majid, Innovating Justice Forum 2017, The Hague
PRIZES

MONEY PRIZE
Material prize
for further project development,
created during Hackathon
ATTENDING
LEGAL STARTUP CRASH TEST
(KYIV)
winner will be able to present product
at the event which will help
to find partners and users.

Kyiv, December 19, 2018
INVITATION TO
INNOVATING JUSTICE FORUM
(THE HAGUE)
Event tickets (+ $ 500 for trip)
to the world`s largest
annual justice innovations forum.

Peace Palace, The Hague, February 6, 2019
HACKATHON DIRECTIONS
MAIN DIRECTION
Access to justice
New ideas for simplifying and expanding opportunities for people who can not make their voices heard.

Creating products that will help you take advantage of your rights, fight against discrimination, or force decision-makers to be brought to justice.

Accessible legal services for people, clear procedures in government bodies, transparent and fair hearings, alternative ways to resolve disputes or prevent justice issues.
ADDITIONAL DIRECTION
Innovations for legal business
Automation of template legal processes, algorithmization of the same type of actions when performing repetitive tasks. Any ideas how to implement it in practice in 48 hours? Then Hakaton is the place where you can test and validate your idea and get a prize for it.

Teams that create products for business innovation will be able to get valuable support and cash prizes, but without the status of Hackathon overall winner.

UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY
Are you worried that you will not find like-minded people
for your ideas or opportunities?

Hackathon will run simultaneously in 4 countries with open access to participants and mentors from Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova and Kazakhstan.

And the most valuable thing is the ability
to form international teams.
Lviv

Ukraine
Minsk

Belorus
Chisinau

Moldova
Almaty

Kazakhstan

Reviews and ideas of former members
"The Hackathon, for me, is a unique opportunity to get good feedback from other enthusiasts and to fill my team with cool people.

My idea was to build a platform that performs the process of copyright infringement removal on the Internet (sending a take down notice)"
Dmytro Suprun
Kyiv
"Hackathon is a meeting with like-minded people, an exchange of ideas, a 48-hour marathon to design an MVP.

This is an event that will be the starting point for changes in the legal business.

And I want
to contribute to this"
Yaroslav Ignatenko
Kharkiv
"One of the priorities of the further development of the system of free legal aid is the implementation of the latest information technologies for the realization of tasks.

I am part of a progressive modern team that stands for the protection of human rights and freedoms, promotes the dissemination of legal knowledge, and increases the level of legal consciousness of citizens..."
Iryna Schabelnik
Dnipro
"I'm tired of hearing: 'Why are all the buzz about Europe/America?

What are they doing that we can't? Are we worse?'

And 'I'm tired of riding from one end of the city to the other to transfer documents and listen to permanent deficiencies when everything can be automated.

My project is the design of a primary legal advice."
Vladyslava Didkovska
Odessa
SCHEDULE
December 8-9, 2018
Saturday, December 8
09:30 - Registration of participants
10:00 - Opening of Hackathon
10:30 - IdeaTone
11:00 - Presentation of the participants' ideas
12:00 - Formation of teams
12:30 - Start of work in teams
14:00 - Lunch
15:00 - Mentors consultations with teams
16:00 - Workshops and master classes from mentors
18:00 - Dinner
20:00 - The best world legal tech pithes discussion
21:00 - Rest / Work in teams
Sunday, December 9
10:00 - Breakfast
10:30 - Checkpoint. Check the stages of project readiness
10:45 - Mentors consultations with teams
12:30 - Pitches traing on stage
14:00 - Lunch
15:30 - Completion of teams
16:00 - Final presentation
18:00 - Judging
18:30 - Awarding. Closing Hackathon
MENTORS & JUDGES
David М. Voughn
Chief of Party at USAID New Justice Program
Oleksiy Molchanovsky
Co-Founder / Partner at Prometheus
Ivan Leshko
Vice-President at SoftServe
Іlarion Tomarov
Head of IP
"Vasil Kisil & Partners"


Marta Romanyak
IT management
Lviv City Council
Vladislav Vlasyuk
Director General of the Directorate of Human Rights of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine
Mykyta Pidgayniy

Lawyer "OpenDataBot"
CEO "Bot&Partners"
Andrii Udovychenko
CPO at Bot&Partners

FAQ
Question:
How many people can take part in the event?
Answer:
The maximum - 100 participants.
Question::
How much does it cost to participate in the Hackathon?
Answer:
The cost of participation is 200 UAH. For students it is 150 UAH (with a student card).
Question:
Who can I take part in Hackathon?
Answer:
Participants may be students, postgraduates, practitioners, programmers, developers, marketers or designers.
Question:
Do I need to be able to code?
Answer:
No. Participants with any level of preparation can participate! If you like the idea or interested in a project, you can take part in its development, providing help with your knowledge and skills.
Question:
Are food and drink included in the cost of participation?
Answer:
Yes. Three meals each day at Hackathon are included in the cost of participation.
Question:
Can I stay overnight during Hackathon?
Answer:
Yes. Usually the format of Hackathon envisages the possibility of the most motivated participants continuing to develop the product without a break for the rest. But, for a good sleep, it's best to have all the necessary tools with you, including a sleeping bag.
Question:
Can I take part without a team?
Answer:
Of course you can! Formation of commands takes place at the beginning of the first day of Hackathon (see schedule).
Question:
What should I take with me for the Hackathon?
Answer:
Mandatory: laptop, smartphone, and chargers for all your equipment.
Question:
Can I present or refine a project that I have started developing before the beginning of the Hakathon?
Answer:
Yes. This is allowed. But in the competition program, such projects do not participate, and only the progress the team achieves during Hackathon will be acknowledged.
FINANCIAL PARTNERS
Access to Justice Hackathon
SUPPORT
Access to Justice Hackathon
OFICCIAL HACKATHON SOUNDTRACK

Justice - D.A.N.C.E.
During a hackathon, we will rotate a new album by Justice on a real vinyl
CONTACTS

Denis Ivanov | KLH
FB | LinkedIn | Mail | +38 067 706 88 93

Dmytro Foremnyi | KLH
FB | LinkedIn | Mail | +38 099 060 86 83

Valentin Pivovarov | KLH
FB | LinkedIn | Mail | +38 093 271 53 91

Ivan Horodyskyy | UCU Law School
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