From developing a mobile app that helps parolees integrate back into society, to battling culprits behind revenge pornography, the New York contingent of Legal Hackers is on a quest to better align the legal process with the digital age.

Based in Brooklyn, (also hometown to the national Legal Hackers), the New York group grew out of a technology movement at Brooklyn Law School, and was officially formed in 2012. Professor Jonathan Askin (pictured left), who teaches technology, media and telecom law, helped estaplish the group.

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