Decoding Law is a machine learning powered browser plugin that helps people read and understand legislation. They aim to democratize law and help people, especially the unrepresented litigants, by using this tool in order to allow them to read and understand legislation. Decoding Law breaks down complex legislative drafting into simple language and thoroughly define terms, making it particularly useful to unrepresented litigants.
Decoding Law is a team from Hong Kong, China, who were among the winners of the Global Legal Hackathon 2018.
Alison Li is a student studying law and business at the University of Hong Kong and Future Global Leaders Fellow with the Future Leaders Foundation. You can find her on LinkedIn
Sally Yiu is the Legal Consultant and Business Strategist for Decoding Law. She also is a 3rd year student at the University of Hong Kong. You can find her on LinkedIn
Edelweiss Kwok is a 3rd year student at the University of Hong Kong.
Decoding Law and INCO-herent both talk about how their team became one and what their projects can do to help others, as well as how to make difficult terms more accessible.
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