With Expansion, Legal Innovation Lab Is First to Span Multiple States and Institutions

Innovation for Justice, a legal innovation lab focused on social justice, launched at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in 2018, has expanded its operations to form a collaboration with the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business, making it the first cross-discipline, cross-institution, cross-jurisdiction legal innovation lab in the United States.
The collaboration means that graduate-level students from both the University of Utah and the University of Arizona, including law students, will be able to enroll in courses offered by I4J — as the program is called in shorthand.
Three courses will be offered this fall, all conducted virtually, that combine teaching with projects intended to address social justice issues.  Each course will be open to 16 students. This year’s courses will focus on three projects:
Innovation for Justice, in which students will design new initiatives at the intersection of regulatory reform and housing instability, with a


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