Accelerating transformative innovations in legal industry, law & justice



The rise of technology, the growth of social and business innovation, and the breaking of walls between society, business, and government present a massive opportunity to create new, effective and equitable systems in the legal industry and justice delivery system. We are on the cusp of a massive change and HumLab is an effort to build an ecosystem that can catalyse that change, hold it accountable to the good of all, and create massive social and market value. 

Our Ecosystem-building Initiatives

To achieve our vision we have co-created the following initiatives so far


The Agami Prize is awarded to innovations and entrepreneurial initiatives that can exponentially increase quality, effectiveness, access, and inclusion in and around law and justice. It is a prize co-created with leading institutions in impact, law and innovation.

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The Agami Summit is an annual gathering of a carefully selected group of innovators, changemakers and leaders from across business, civil society and government with the will and ideas to transform systems of legal industry, law and justice.

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Skapa is an invite-only network of leading innovators, changemakers and leaders from across business, civil society and government working towards common objectives of transforming systems of legal industry, law and justice.

What’s Next

We just launched the HumLab Originals podcast, and there is a ton of new stuff happening on the Skapa network. Follow us @humlabwire


Principal Collaborators

Sachin Malhan is a lawyer and entrepreneur who has built many well-recognized initiatives in the legal industry.

Vahura is the leading talent search and management firm for the legal industry.


Bayside Tech is a team of lawyers and technologists that provides automation and consulting solutions designed to make legal processes faster, better, and safer.

Vayam is an accelerator of justice innovation incubated at Ashoka and led by a team of lawyer-entrepreneurs.


“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”

— Alan Kay, the father of mobile computing