Spring 2014 Student Apps

The Den: New York City Debt and Eviction Navigator
Matthew Smallcomb, Nicole Smith, & Kelly Wade
Developed for the Jewish Association Serving the Ageing (JASA) and Pro Bono Net

Immigration Navigator
Carlos Bravo, Daniel Douglas, Jonathan Weinberg, & Sarah Wladecki
Developed for Immigration Advocates Network

New York City Earned Sick Time Advisor
Jennifer Grace, Ernest "Cliff" Pysher, & David Zucker
Developed for A Better Balance: The Work & Family Legal Center

Pennsylvania Children's Medicaid Appeals Advisor
Robert Brecht, Patricia Kim, & Erica Weinberger
Developed for the Pennsylvania Health Law Project (PHLP)

Triage and Intake Assessment System
Ari Atkinson, Michael Milea, Meredith Madnick, & Mauhan Zonoozy
Developed for the Virginia Legal Aid Society

The Unemployment Benefits Hearing Coach
Zachary Hutchinson, Stephany Fan, & Antonella Montagna
Developed for the District of Columbia Office of Administrative Hearings

*Please note the apps above are student projects that have not yet been approved for use by the public. 


ViEW THE SPRING 2014 Competition


Spring 2014 Competition Judges

Jane Aiken, Associate Dean for Experiential Education and Professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center

Peter Gronvall, Managing Director at Huron Consulting Group, a risk management and e-discovery consulting firm.

Karen Lash, Senior Counsel for Access to Justice at the Department of Justice (participating in a personal capacity).

Tammy McCutchen, partner at Littler Mendelson. She is the former Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division at the Department of Labor.