In this episode of the LawLytics Video Podcast, I sat down for a conversation with Jazz Hampton, attorney and CEO of Turnsignl.
Jazz walked away from his big firm job where he was the Director of Diversity and Inclusion, and also gave up a law school professorship for the uncertainty of founding a legal tech startup along with two friends. The idea for Turnsignl came out of their desire to help solve the problem of racial targeting, police abuse and violence in law enforcement traffic stops. They soon discovered that there are broader applications of their technology, which puts a live lawyer in the passenger seat during traffic stops.
In this conversation, Jazz tells the story of Turnsignl’s origins, and lays out his vision for how technology will make individual drivers safer and more comfortable in both traffic stops and after accidents, and how the police, communities and lawyers who work with Turnsignl will benefit at the same time.
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