Digital Future of Justice

Innovative Solutions for Human Rights and Justice

2-day live event in Bologna!

What is the objective of this hackathon?

the Council of Europe TJENI project aims to involve students and researchers to harness technology for better human rights protection and contribute to raising awareness of judges, lawyers, and other legal professionals on the constantly evolving case law of the European Court of Human Rights.

How To Prepare For The Challenge

Contribute to Digital Transformation of Justice

Put your skills to the test together with your team and mentors from the Council of Europe!

Use Creativity & Code

During the event in Paris, use your creativity and work on developing digital solutions to foster human rights approach in justice

Make Human Rights Closer

People all over Europe are waiting for your contributions! Come along this 17 to 19 of November and be part of this challenge!

Get Ready With Your Team For The Live Event

Teams hailing from various corners of Europe will engage in an intense competition aimed at transforming justice through the utilisation of digital technology. This live hackathon will certainly boost innovation by involving students and researchers to facilitate the pursuit of a more human rights-based justice system for all.




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Winners of the Digital Future of Justice

Winners! – TEAM KIS-keep it simple


Our tool will solve the difficulties and inefficiencies of current HUDOC platform by visualising relevant and advanced cases related to the ECHR keywords. It is currently inefficient and time consuming to go through the cases and there is a possibility for cases to be missed due to the volume of cases. Our tool will be directed towards legal experts including judges, lawyers, and legal scholars to help them efficiently find relevant cases. However, future developments would potentially allow non-legal experts to use the tool as well.

2nd Place – TEAM LegaRO


LegaRO wishes to systematise court decisions as part of this rule of openness by maintaining adaptability through the implementation of several sub-models, taking into account the security needs raised by the sensitive nature of the matters addressed in jurisprudence, all whilst keeping in mind that such a project must be scalable in order to maintain the pace of an ever-evolving reality.

3rd Place – TEAM PolOn


The proposed solution operated by automatically analysing the content of domestic case law and categorising it, aligning it with specific convention content structured through official keywords. The outcome will be an effective and easy-to-use search engine powered by AI, where one can input any Convention article or keyword, resulting in a list of matching judgments from the national court. Looking ahead, our solution could equally categorise ECHR case law.

Event Agenda

Get ready from the 15th to the 17th of November to participate in this Amazing event!

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Preparatory Virtual Sessions

We will have 3 live sessions before the main event, so mark your calendar!

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The Hackathon is organised under the auspices of the Innovative Solutions for Human Rights and Justice Unit of the Council of Europe.