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Four of Southern Africa’s start-ups proceed to HiiL Justice Accelerator

Four of Southern Africa’s start-ups proceed to HiiL Justice Accelerator

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The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) has announced the four start-ups that will go on to the prestigious HiiL Justice Accelerator.

HiiL kicked off its annual global Innovating Justice Challenge in search of the region’s best justice-related social entrepreneurs in March 2021, which attracted more than 200 applications from start-ups with high impact justice innovations.

These are the final four innovators joining HiiL’s global programme for acceleration, funding and tailored regional support: LegalFundi, Legal Ascend, Moloa365 and Kleva Contracts

Adam Oxford, Head of the HiiL Innovation Hub Southern Africa, said: “After weeks of selection we’ve got a fantastic cohort of justice innovators who are tackling some of the country’s toughest justice problems. All four demonstrated that they have a strong, highly scalable solution and we look forward to working with them over the next few months to help them achieve and exceed their goals.”

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