JTDL: Anti-suicide tech in prisons; SCOTUS limits Computer Fraud Act + New Jobs

Letter from the Editor

I hope everyone’s summer is off to a great start. I have two housekeeping items to share:

  1. Apropos of this very newsletter, I need your help fighting an algorithm. The Justice Tech Download was recently reclassified in a way that sends it to non-inbox folders, such as promotions and spam, which means fewer people are getting the information they signed up for.

    To help correct these presumptuous algorithms, please add justicetech@substack.com to your contacts—here are handy walk-throughs if you use GMail or Outlook. If you find the newsletter in spam, please mark it as not spam. If it’s in a promotions folder, move it to your primary inbox. I greatly appreciate your help.

  2. I am taking next week off. The next dispatch will be June 21.

-Jason

News

Maryland and Montana restrict the police use of forensic genealogy. (New York Times)

Massachusetts is testing anti-suicide bracelets on incarcerated people. (Vice)

Florida’s release date formulas may be trapping people in prison. (Appeal) In Canada, an injunction request aims to end a prison risk-assessment tool biased against Indigenous people. (Globe & Mail)

The US Supreme Court limited the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act in criminal cases. (New York Times)

Predictive policing continues in Pasco County, Florida’s schools. (Tampa Bay Times)

The Washington, DC Council is urged to allow public access to eviction records for press and research, while sealing them against high-tech misuse. (DC Open Gov’t Coalition)

Tyler Tech grows again with the purchase of a jail tech vendor. (StateScoop) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Amazon Ring is making police requests public. (Reuters)

Inside Citizen: The public safety app pushing surveillance boundaries. (NBC)

King County, Washington is the first county in the US to ban facial recognition. (KIRO)

How AI impacts marginalized groups. (Digital Freedom Fund)

The US Bureau of Justice Statistics launched a new website and data portal. (BJS)

Events

[Virtual] Stand Together Ventures Lab’s “Unbundle Policing: Reimagine Public Safety Challenge” is hosting an info session on the new fund, June 15. (ST) (h/t Rachael Drew)

[Virtual] Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center presents “Black to the Future: A Conversation about Policing and the First Amendment”, June 17. (BKC)

[Virtual] NYU’s Institute for Public Interest Technology is putting on a two-week conference for scholars, late June. (NYU)



Jobs & Opportunities

18F, the federal government’s in-house tech shop, is hiring. (18F)

A2J Tech is looking to fill dev and PM roles. (A2JT)

Afterpattern opened their automated legal products competition with $5,000 on the line. (AP) (h/t Scott Kelly)

[New] Ameelio, a prison communications company, needs a dev. (A)

[New] Amnesty International needs a leader for its Algorithmic Accountability Lab. (AI)

BRYTER is hiring a legal architect. (B)

Center for Democracy and Technology has multiple positions. (CDT) (h/t Alex Givens)

The Day One Project needs a policy director for science and tech. (DOP)

[New] The Duke Law Tech Lab is accepting applications for its accelerator. (DLTL)

[New] The European Research Council has a research position for someone into legal theory and blockchain. (ERC)

Free Press is looking for a policy counsel. (FP) (h/t Amy Martyn)

Future of Privacy Forum is hiring a law and policy fellow. (FPF)

[New] The Future Society has multiple positions. (FS)

Good Call is looking for an engineer. (GC) (h/t Gabe Leader-Rose)

[New] Hack the Hood needs a director of curriculum and programs. (HtH)

[New] Harvard’s Cyberlaw Clinic needs a new instructor. (HCC)

The Harvard Law Library’s Innovation Lab needs summer RAs. (HLL)

The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism is looking for a Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. (2Civility) (h/t Jayne Reardon)

Just Tech has numerous openings. (JT) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

[New] Justice Accelerator Fund needs a comms director and a criminal justice expert. (JAF)

The Legal Services Corporation is hiring for a chief data officer. (LSC) (h/t Dan Bernstein)

The Markup is looking for an investigative journalist. (M)

Measures for Justice has multiple positions open. (M4J)

Northeastern University’s Center for Law, Innovation, and Creativity needs a managing director. (NU) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Paladin is looking for a product designer. (P)

The Partnership on AI is hiring for multiple positions. (PAI) (h/t Eleni Manis)

PEW needs a principal associate for its civil legal system modernization work. (PEW) (h/t Erika Rickard)

The Philly District Attorney's Office is looking to fill a number of roles, including for a data engineer. (PDAO)

ProBonoNet needs a product manager. (PBN)

Recidiviz is looking for a comms director and a partnerships manager. (R) (h/t Evan Green-Lowe)

[New] Schmidt Futures needs a technical fellow. (SF)

SimpleCitizen, an immigration tech company, has engineering, product and sales roles. (SC) (h/t Eleni Manis)

The Stand Together Ventures Lab’s “Unbundle Policing: Reimagine Public Safety Challenge”, with $1M+ in funding, is now open. (ST) (h/t Rachael Drew)

Temple Law School needs an ED for its law and technology center. (TLS) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Theory and Principle, a legal software development boutique, needs a dev. (T&P)

Tyler Tech needs a PM. (TT) (h/t Joyce Raby)

UC Berkeley Law’s Technology & Public Policy Clinic needs a teaching fellow. (UCB)

The University of Michigan is hiring profs focused on racial justice and tech. (UM)

Upsolve, the bankruptcy platform, is hiring for multiple roles. (Up)

Uptrust needs a implementation engineering manager. (U)

Village Capital needs a managing director of its impact investing. (VC)

Wired is hiring editorial positions. (W)

JTDL: Fixing fed courts' CMS; a vigilante crime app + New jobs

News

[Must Read] A newly public report says the federal courts’ data management system needs to be replaced and lays out how to do it. (18F)

Twilio powers predatory prison video calls. (American Prospect)

Inside Citizen’s dangerous effort to cash in on vigilantism. (Vice) (h/t Katie Kirsch) Hacktivist posts massive scrape of Citizen’s data. (Vice) Citizen exposed users' Covid data. (Vice)

The Chicago Police Department’s predictive policing program got a man shot twice. (Verge)

A lack of oversight lets Phoenix police add protesters to gang database. (ABC)

In the UK, a photo of a hand holding cheese got a drug dealer sentenced to 13 years in prison. (Verge) (h/t Keith Porcaro) The European Court of Human Rights ruled that UK mass surveillance laws violate privacy and freedom of expression rights. (Privacy International)

Police in Oregon are searching cellphones daily and straining civil rights. (OPB)

Does banning people with felonies from dating apps actually make anyone safer? (Marshall Project)

U.S. Park Police will wear body-cameras in San Francisco. (Washington Post) What the evidence says about police body-cameras. (Economist)

Data capitalism and algorithmic racism. (Demos) AI’s future doesn’t have to be dystopian. (Boston Review)

Events

[Virtual] University of Michigan is putting on a webinar series on science, technology , and the carceral state, May-June. (UM) (h/t Melvin Washington)

[Virtual] Stand Together Ventures Lab’s “Unbundle Policing: Reimagine Public Safety Challenge” is hosting an info session on the new fund, June 15. (ST) (h/t Rachael Drew)

[Virtual] NYU’s Institute for Public Interest Technology is putting on a two-week conference for scholars, late June. (NYU)



Jobs & Opportunities

18F, the federal government’s in-house tech shop, is hiring. (18F)

[New] A2J Tech is looking to fill dev and PM roles. (A2JT)

ACLU of Massachusetts is looking for a technology for liberty fellow. (ACLU)

The Africa Digital Policy Institute is accepting fellow applications. (ADPI)

Afterpattern opened their automated legal products competition with $5,000 on the line. (AP) (h/t Scott Kelly)

BRYTER is hiring a legal architect. (B)

Center for Democracy and Technology has multiple positions. (CDT) (h/t Alex Givens)

Data & Society has multiple openings. (D+S)

The Day One Project needs a policy director for science and tech. (DOP)

Free Press is looking for a policy counsel. (FP) (h/t Amy Martyn)

Future of Privacy Forum is hiring a law and policy fellow. (FPF)

Good Call is looking for an engineer. (GC) (h/t Gabe Leader-Rose)

[New] The Harvard Law Library’s Innovation Lab needs summer RAs. (HLL)

The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism is looking for a Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. (2Civility) (h/t Jayne Reardon)

Just Tech has numerous openings. (JT) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

[New] The Legal Services Corporation is hiring for a chief data officer. (LSC) (h/t Dan Bernstein)

The Markup is looking for an investigative journalist. (M)

Measures for Justice has multiple positions open. (M4J)

Northeastern University’s Center for Law, Innovation, and Creativity needs a managing director. (NU) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Paladin is looking for a product designer. (P)

The Partnership on AI is hiring for multiple positions. (PAI) (h/t Eleni Manis)

PEW needs a principal associate for its civil legal system modernization work. (PEW) (h/t Erika Rickard)

The Philly District Attorney's Office is looking to fill a number of roles, including for a data engineer. (PDAO)

ProBonoNet needs a product manager. (PBN)

[New] Recidiviz is looking for a comms director and a partnerships manager. (R) (h/t Evan Green-Lowe)

SimpleCitizen, an immigration tech company, has engineering, product and sales roles. (SC) (h/t Eleni Manis)

The Stand Together Ventures Lab’s “Unbundle Policing: Reimagine Public Safety Challenge”, with $1M+ in funding, is now open. (ST) (h/t Rachael Drew)

Temple Law School needs an ED for its law and technology center. (TLS) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid needs an analytics and research manager. (TRLA) (h/t Lizzie Shackney)

[New] Theory and Principle, a legal software development boutique, needs a dev. (T&P)

Tyler Tech needs a PM. (TT) (h/t Joyce Raby)

UC Berkeley Law’s Technology & Public Policy Clinic needs a teaching fellow. (UCB)

The University of Michigan is hiring profs focused on racial justice and tech. (UM)

Upsolve, the bankruptcy platform, is hiring for multiple roles. (Up)

Uptrust needs a implementation engineering manager. (U)

The Vera Institute of Justice has numerous open positions, including director of tech advancement. (VIJ) (h/t Eleni Manis)

Village Capital needs a managing director of its impact investing. (VC)

Wired is hiring editorial positions. (W)

JTDL: Man falsely accused by app; DC shuts down face rec system + New jobs

News

A crime app falsely accused a homeless man of starting a wildfire. (Guardian)

Fighting over algorithmic disclosure in criminal cases continues in California. (Electronic Frontier Foundation)

Police departments are adopting facial recognition tech amid allegations of wrongful arrests. (60 Minutes) The Chicago Mayor’s Office was blindsided by the police department’s use of controversial facial recognition software ClearviewAI. (Chicago Sun Times) The DC-area will shut down a facial recognition system used by police. (EPIC) (h/t Rebecca Williams)

A Black man arrested thanks to faulty facial recognition files a federal lawsuit. (Atlanta Black Star) Amazon extends its moratorium on police use of its facial recognition software. (Reuters)

Facial recognition, fake identities, and digital surveillance tools: Inside the US Post Office's covert internet operations program. (Yahoo)

DC police identify a man who allegedly reposted data stolen from police computers. (Washington Post)

Detroit should adopt this surveillance technology ordinance. (Detroit Free Press) (h/t Rebecca Williams)

Atlanta starts testing ShotSpotter. (11Alive)

There’s a California city that sends a drone almost every time police are dispatched. (Slate)

The National Center for Access to Justice released its Justice Index data. (NCAJ)

On the validity of arrest as a proxy for offense: Race and the likelihood of arrest for violent crimes. (arXiv) (h/t Irina Raicu)

Uptrust raised $2 million. (TechCrunch)

How law schools should teach tech. (LawSites)

Events

[Virtual] University of Michigan is putting on a webinar series on science, technology , and the carceral state, May-June. (UM) (h/t Melvin Washington)

[Virtual] Stand Together Ventures Lab’s “Unbundle Policing: Reimagine Public Safety Challenge” is hosting an info session on the new fund, June 15. (ST) (h/t Rachael Drew)

[Virtual] NYU’s Institute for Public Interest Technology is putting on a two-week conference for scholars, late June. (NYU)



Jobs & Opportunities

[New] 18F, the federal government’s in-house tech shop, is hiring. (18F)

ACLU of Massachusetts is looking for a technology for liberty fellow. (ACLU)

The Africa Digital Policy Institute is accepting fellow applications. (ADPI)

Afterpattern opened their automated legal products competition with $5,000 on the line. (AP) (h/t Scott Kelly)

BRYTER is hiring a legal architect. (B)

Center for Democracy and Technology has multiple positions. (CDT) (h/t Alex Givens)

The Criminal Justice Administrative Records System is accepting fellowship applications. (CJARS)

[New] Data & Society has multiple openings. (D+S)

The Day One Project needs a policy director for science and tech. (DOP)

EPIC has a call for papers on AI, equity, and trust. (EPIC) (h/t Ben Winters)

Free Press is looking for a policy counsel. (FP) (h/t Amy Martyn)

Future of Privacy Forum is hiring a law and policy fellow. (FPF)

Good Call is looking for an engineer. (GC) (h/t Gabe Leader-Rose)

The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism is looking for a Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. (2Civility) (h/t Jayne Reardon)

Just Tech has numerous openings. (JT) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Kleros, an online dispute resolution platform, needs a blockchain and law researcher. (K) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

The Markup is looking for an investigative journalist. (M)

[New] Measures for Justice has multiple positions open. (M4J)

Northeastern University’s Center for Law, Innovation, and Creativity needs a managing director. (NU) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Paladin is looking for a product designer. (P)

The Partnership on AI is hiring for multiple positions. (PAI) (h/t Eleni Manis)

[Repost] PEW needs a principal associate for its civil legal system modernization work. (PEW) (h/t Erika Rickard)

The Philly District Attorney's Office is looking to fill a number of roles, including for a data engineer. (PDAO)

ProBonoNet needs a product manager. (PBN)

SimpleCitizen, an immigration tech company, has engineering, product and sales roles. (SC) (h/t Eleni Manis)

[New] The Stand Together Ventures Lab’s “Unbundle Policing: Reimagine Public Safety Challenge”, with $1M+ in funding, is now open. (ST) (h/t Rachael Drew)

Technical University of Munich is hiring an NLP researcher (PhD student or post doc). (TUM) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Temple Law School needs an ED for its law and technology center. (TLS) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid needs an analytics and research manager. (TRLA) (h/t Lizzie Shackney)

Theory and Principle, a legal software development boutique, needs a client executive and a PM. (T&P)

Tyler Tech needs a PM. (TT) (h/t Joyce Raby)

UC Berkeley Law’s Technology & Public Policy Clinic needs a teaching fellow. (UCB)

The University of Michigan is hiring profs focused on racial justice and tech. (UM)

Upsolve, the bankruptcy platform, is hiring for multiple roles. (Up)

Uptrust needs a implementation engineering manager. (U)

The Vera Institute of Justice has numerous open positions, including director of tech advancement. (VIJ) (h/t Eleni Manis)

[New] Village Capital needs a managing director of its impact investing. (VC)

Vreij Universiteit Brussels needs a lecturer in law and tech. (VUB) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Wired is hiring editorial positions. (W)

Yale ISP is accepting policy fellowship applications til May 31. (ISP)

JTDL: DC police hacked; How to understand the UCR + New jobs

News

The Texas House passed a bill that would require the statewide use of a risk model. (Dallas Morning News)

A ransomware attack on the DC police led to the release of internal files. (Washington Post)

CARES Act money is being used by police to purchase surveillance tech. (Rolling Stone) US Homeland Security launches a warning system to find domestic terrorism threats on public social media. (NBC)

Ending police data purchases. (Hill)

Seattle considers a ban on facial recognition technology amid racial bias concerns. (KOMO) This facial recognition website can turn anyone into a cop or a stalker. (Washington Post)

Pressure is mounting for Chicago to drop their contract with ShotSpotter. (End Police Surveillance) Chicago police launched an off-the-books drone program. (Chicago Sun Times)

Platform-based sexual abuse of children is more common than previously thought. (Verge)

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled that a remote hearing doesn't violate a defendant's Confrontation Clause rights. (Mass)

An Illinois appeals court found that waiting 16 months to search a seized phone violates the Fourth Amendment. (TechDirt)

A database provides a foundation for product counterfeiting research. (National Institute of Justice)

Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program data: A practitioner’s guide. (UCR Book)

Detecting and mitigating bias in natural language processing. (Brookings)

A Florida man tried to track his robbery victim by attaching an iPhone to the victim’s car. (Washington Post)

In Salem, Mass., a traffic camera has spawned an online community. (Boston Globe)

Events

[Virtual] Theory & Principle is host a Funding Civil Justice event, May 18. (T&P)

[Virtual] AALS is hosting a panel on creating law and tech centers at law schools, May 19. (AALS) (h/t Gabe Teninbaum)

[Virtual] Data Justice Lab is hosting a conference on civic participation in datafied society, May 20-21. (DJL)

[Virtual] University of Michigan is putting on a webinar series on science, technology , and the carceral state, May-June. (UM) (h/t Melvin Washington)

[Virtual] NYU’s Institute for Public Interest Technology is putting on a two-week conference for scholars, late June. (NYU)


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Jobs & Opportunities

18F, the federal government’s in-house tech shop, is hiring. (18F)

[New] ACLU of Massachusetts is looking for a technology for liberty fellow. (ACLU)

The Africa Digital Policy Institute is accepting fellow applications. (ADPI)

[New] Afterpattern opened their automated legal products competition with $5,000 on the line. (AP) (h/t Scott Kelly)

BRYTER is hiring a legal architect. (B)

Center for Democracy and Technology has multiple positions. (CDT) (h/t Alex Givens)

The Criminal Justice Administrative Records System is accepting fellowship applications. (CJARS)

Data & Society needs a research analyst. (D+S)

The Day One Project needs a policy director for science and tech. (DOP)

The Defender Association of Philadelphia needs a data analyst. (DAP) (h/t Oren Gur)

EPIC has a call for papers on AI, equity, and trust. (EPIC) (h/t Ben Winters)

[New] Facebook is hiring a manager for civil rights and tech. (FB) (h/t Miranda Bogen)

[New] Free Press is looking for a policy counsel. (FP) (h/t Amy Martyn)

Future of Privacy Forum is hiring a law and policy fellow. (FPF)

Good Call is looking for an engineer. (GC) (h/t Gabe Leader-Rose)

The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism is looking for a Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. (2Civility) (h/t Jayne Reardon)

Just Tech has numerous openings. (JT) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Kids In Need of Defense needs a data manager. (KIND) (h/t Sarah Lilly)

Kleros, an online dispute resolution platform, needs a blockchain and law researcher. (K) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

[New] The Markup is looking for an investigative journalist. (M)

Measures for Justice has multiple positions open. (M4J)

[New] Northeastern University’s Center for Law, Innovation, and Creativity needs a managing director. (NU) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Paladin is looking for a product designer. (P)

The Partnership on AI is hiring for multiple positions. (PAI) (h/t Eleni Manis)

The Philly District Attorney's Office is looking to fill a number of roles, including for a data engineer. (PDAO)

ProBonoNet needs a product manager. (PBN)

SimpleCitizen, an immigration tech company, has engineering, product and sales roles. (SC) (h/t Eleni Manis)

Technical University of Munich is hiring an NLP researcher (PhD student or post doc). (TUM) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Temple Law School needs an ED for its law and technology center. (TLS) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid needs an analytics and research manager. (TRLA) (h/t Lizzie Shackney)

Theory and Principle, a legal software development boutique, needs a client executive and a PM. (T&P)

Tyler Tech needs a PM. (TT) (h/t Joyce Raby)

UC Berkeley Law’s Technology & Public Policy Clinic needs a teaching fellow. (UCB)

The University of Michigan is hiring profs focused on racial justice and tech. (UM)

Upsolve, the bankruptcy platform, is hiring for multiple roles. (Up)

Uptrust needs a implementation engineering manager. (U)

The Vera Institute of Justice has numerous open positions, including director of tech advancement. (VIJ) (h/t Eleni Manis)

Vreij Universiteit Brussels needs a lecturer in law and tech. (VUB) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Wired is hiring editorial positions. (W)

Yale ISP is accepting policy fellowship applications til May 31. (ISP)

JTDL: Police surveillance monopolies; Big Tech & police violence + New jobs

News

The harms of police surveillance technology monopolies. (SSRN)

Everything local surveillance laws are missing in one post. (Belfer Center) (h/t Rebecca Williams) A border town confronts the reality of police surveillance. (Wired)

A Florida bill allowing police drones to surveil crowds heads back to the state’s Senate. (WFSU) Border police want a bite of the burgeoning anti-drone industry. (Intercept)

Your car is spying on you, and a Customs and Border Protection contract shows the risks. (Intercept)

New South Wales police want access to Tinder’s sexual assault data. (Conversation)

Walking barcodes: Swedish police and the use of facial recognition technology. (Lexology)

As body-cameras become commonplace, there’s a debate over when to release the footage. (New York Times)

Big Tech can’t distance itself from the police violence they fuel. (New Republic)

Race, policing, and the limits of social science. (Boston Review)

A new direction for machine learning in criminal law that scrutinizes decision-making itself. (SSRN) A community-centered research agenda for AI innovation policy. (Cornell) The National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office at the White House has a new website. (AI.gov)

An app from Minnesota hopes to de-escalate traffic stops. (KARE) (h/t Shaun Jamison)

BYU law students developed a web resource to address flaws in the expungement process. (LawSites)

Data shows crime is in decline, so why doesn't the public believe it? (External Processing)

In local news, the Justice Tech Download was included in a lawyers of Substack rundown. (LawSites)

Events

[Virtual] The Partners for Justice Conference, which focuses on poverty law issues, is happening May 10-14. (PJC)

[Virtual] Theory & Principle is host a Funding Civil Justice event, May 18. (T&P)

[Virtual] Data Justice Lab is hosting a conference on civic participation in datafied society, May 20-21. (DJL)

[Virtual] University of Michigan is putting on a webinar series on science, technology , and the carceral state, May-June. (UM) (h/t Melvin Washington)

[Virtual] NYU’s Institute for Public Interest Technology is putting on a two-week conference for scholars, late June. (NYU)


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Jobs & Opportunities

[New] 18F, the federal government’s in-house tech shop, is hiring. (18F)

The Africa Digital Policy Institute is accepting fellow applications. (ADPI)

BRYTER is hiring a legal architect. (B)

Center for Democracy and Technology has multiple positions. (CDT) (h/t Alex Givens)

The Criminal Justice Administrative Records System is accepting fellowship applications. (CJARS)

Data & Society needs a research analyst. (D+S)

The Day One Project needs a policy director for science and tech. (DOP)

The Defender Association of Philadelphia needs a data analyst. (DAP) (h/t Oren Gur)

EPIC has a call for papers on AI, equity, and trust. (EPIC) (h/t Ben Winters)

Future of Privacy Forum is hiring a law and policy fellow. (FPF)

Good Call is looking for an engineer. (GC) (h/t Gabe Leader-Rose)

[New] The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism is looking for a Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. (2Civility) (h/t Jayne Reardon)

Just Tech has numerous openings. (JT) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Kids In Need of Defense needs a data manager. (KIND) (h/t Sarah Lilly)

Kleros, an online dispute resolution platform, needs a blockchain and law researcher. (K) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Measures for Justice has multiple positions open. (M4J)

National Legal Aid and Defender Association needs a researcher. (NLADA)

Paladin is looking for a product designer. (P)

The Partnership on AI is hiring for multiple positions. (PAI) (h/t Eleni Manis)

Pennsylvania State University is looking for law, policy and engineering. (PSU) (h/t Sandra Allain)

The Philly District Attorney's Office is looking to fill a number of roles, including for a data engineer. (PDAO)

ProBonoNet needs a product manager. (PBN)

SimpleCitizen, an immigration tech company, has engineering, product and sales roles. (SC) (h/t Eleni Manis)

Technical University of Munich is hiring an NLP researcher (PhD student or post doc). (TUM) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Temple Law School needs an ED for its law and technology center. (TLS) (h/t Keith Porcaro)

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid needs an analytics and research manager. (TRLA) (h/t Lizzie Shackney)

Theory and Principle, a legal software development boutique, needs a client executive and a PM. (T&P)

Tyler Tech needs a PM. (TT)

UC Berkeley Law’s Technology & Public Policy Clinic needs a teaching fellow. (UCB)

The University of Michigan is hiring profs focused on racial justice and tech. (UM)

Upsolve, the bankruptcy platform, is hiring for multiple roles. (Up)

Uptrust needs a implementation engineering manager. (U)

The Vera Institute of Justice has numerous open positions, including director of tech advancement. (VIJ) (h/t Eleni Manis)

Vreij Universiteit Brussels needs a lecturer in law and tech. (VUB) (h/t Legal Tech Jobs)

Wired is hiring editorial positions. (W)

[New] Yale ISP is accepting policy fellowship applications til May 31. (ISP)

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