Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone has recently launched its Ontario Access to Justice Challenge, in partnership with the Ministry of the Attorney General. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to share $50,000 in seed money.
The Ontario Access to Justice Challenge (A2J) will foster the growth and success of startups that are developing products, technologies, processes, and solutions that have a direct positive impact on access to justice in Ontario.
Successful applicants will be incubated at the Legal Innovation Zone – Canada’s first legal incubator – and gain access to mentors, advisors, and technology experts as well as the workspace and programming needed to drive their business forward. They will have an opportunity to receive seed money of up to $25,000 to grow their company into a successful enterprise that has a significant impact on access to justice in Ontario.
Startups and entrepreneurs who may be interested in applying are encouraged to visit the official website here: http://legalinnovationzone.ca/a2jchallenge/