Known more for administering the LSAT, the Law School Admission Council is now accepting applications from U.S. law students with ideas on how to aid low-income people’s legal needs for its first Justice Innovation Challenge.

While the solution ideas will vary, the ideas must focus on solving legal issues that are both challenging for low-income individuals to navigate and that saddle legal aid providers with considerable work. These include domestic violence, customer debt, evictions, business entity formation, foreclosures, access to government benefits and others.

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