Building community and supporting causes that matter.

Last month in Seattle, American Association of Justice members previewed Codename: Giraffe, the platform that connects attorneys to build dream teams, meet mentors, and forge referrals. Players used the new software to craft their ultimate legal career while competing for a $5,000 grand prize for their favorite AAJ caucus or group.

Users experienced Codename: Giraffe's power to build inclusive, well-balanced teams and ability to recommend the perfect mentor match. By analyzing 13 categories of attorney data, Codename: Giraffe looks beyond who you know and introduces you to the people you need to know. 

They also tried Codename: Giraffe's referral system, which saves time and simplifies sending cases to trusted attorneys. 

Later this year, Codename: Giraffe is launching a closed beta phase, where user feedback refines Codename: Giraffe into the best possible tool. Sign up to join the community and be the first to use the software in the real world. Make helpful new connections, maximize referral value, and create the career you want.

The group and caucus competition was close throughout the convention. Canadian Caucus held the lead most of the week, but Trucking Litigation Group grabbed the top spot and the $5,000 grand prize with a good performance in the final session.

Individual winners earned donations for the charities of their choice, with $500 each going to Brain Injury Alliance of Utah, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, New Orleans Musicians' Clinic, Public Citizen, Relief International, UNICEF, and San Diego Law Library.

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