Alumni News

Carver and Lissner are the co-founders of the non-profit Free Law Project; they were recognized as innovators in the delivery of legal services.
When they awoke at the base of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s kelp forest, four School of Information students and alumni knew that this was no ordinary programming project.
In response to the humanitarian crisis in the Balkans, two new grads of the I School are soliciting an unusual kind of support — donations of Bitcoin or Dogecoin cryptocurrencies.
New research presents case studies from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake; Rajasthan, India, at the turn of the 20th century; and a present-day Indian welfare system.
Faculty, Ph.D. students, and alumni present over a dozen papers, notes, demonstrations, and workshops at the international Information and Communication Technologies and Development conference in Cape Town, South Africa.
Although case law is technically public domain, legal decisions are often scattered across the Internet, locked up in proprietary systems, and only available by paying exorbitant fees. A new non-profit aims to make these legal materials easily and freely available to all.