Judging Criteria & Pitch Requirements
Learn more about the Belt & Road region and its challenges relating to access to justice ("A2J") and legal services
Build practical, realistic solutions
Design inclusively: Consider diverse stakeholder perspectives
Encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration
Create an A2J-focused legaltech community
Observe submission time; use online submission form
Connectivity checks before pitch time
Speak, check-in with mentors
Plan your team's time and resources efficiently
Respect each other’s space / time
Fail to check emails, calls from Organising Team
Forget to register
Hog mentors’ time (stick with agreed / allocated timeslot)
Suffer in silence; ask for help
Plagiarise, not observe copyright & IP
Marking Scheme Criteria
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Pitch Format & Requirements
To pitch, each team must upload the pitch document via this Submission Link (link will be updated closer to "Demo Day" on 28 September 2018)
Deliverables – prototype App and/or website; walk-through of problem and solution (wireframe as needed)
At the Exhibition Section
Demo of prototype by each team (max. 10 mins, inclusive of Q & A with the Judging panel)
At the Pitching Session
Presentation of brief Powerpoint deck (max. 3 mins ) + Q & A with Judging panel (max. 2 mins)
Your Pitch To Answer 5 Key Questions
Which problem scenario are you addressing?
In one sentence, what problem specifically are you solving?
Why is this problem important to access to justice?
What are the benefits, including returns on investment and time and cost-savings, for your target users?
What are the costs of implementation and maintenance?