Quinten Steenhuis

Practitioner in Residence and Adjunct Professor, Legal Innovation and Technology Lab

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Quinten Steenhuis is a practitioner in residence and adjunct professor at Suffolk University Law School's Legal Innovation and Technology Lab. He spent 12 years as a housing attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services. His work focuses on closing the access to justice gap with technology, especially interactive tools that help people who cannot afford an attorney. Quinten’s signature projects include MADE, the Massachusetts Defense for Eviction tool, and Court Forms Online, an international response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, Quinten Steenhuis was named a "Legal Rebel" by the ABA Journal. His work automating legal help has been highlighted in national media, including the New York Times and Boston Globe, and in 2022 he was recognized in a joint press release by the White House and the Department of Justice.