June 30, 2021

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Central Time

ACS Minneapolis-St. Paul: Turnsignl: De-Escalating Police-Citizen Encounters and Helping Everyone Get Home Safe

Join the ACS Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter and the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association for a conversation with the co-founder, CEO and General Counsel of Turnsignl, Jazz Hampton. Minnesota-based TurnSignl is an on-demand, real-time app and service that facilitates and records law enforcement interactions with drivers during traffic stops and accidents. In the event that they are pulled over, a driver can access a live legal representative at the touch of a button or voice command. TurnSignl vetted attorneys meet stringent criteria and are trained in de-escalating police-citizen encounters. Jazz will talk about the inspiration and hope for this technology in the pursuit of safely de-escalating police-citizen encounters to ensure that everyone gets home safe. 


Jazz Hampton, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) & General Counsel, Turnsignl


Speaker Bio:

Jazz Hampton as CEO and General Counsel at TurnSignl. TurnSignl is a Minnesota-based tech company that provides real-time legal guidance from an attorney to drivers, all while their camera records the interaction. Hampton is an adjunct professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law. He is an Emerging Leader within Twin Cities Diversity in Practice and the Co-Chair of DRI's Young Lawyer Diversity Committee. Hampton sits on the Board of Directors at the Academy of Holy Angels and serves as the liaison to their Cultural Awareness Committee. Before joining TurnSignl, Hampton was the Director of Diversity and Inclusion and a practicing attorney at Foley & Mansfield, a national law firm with 150+ attorneys. Hampton provided strategic leadership through developing firm-wide objectives, tracking progress, and planning education. He focused his legal practice in business/commercial litigation, construction defect, and product liability defense. Hampton holds a bachelor's degree from the University of St. Thomas, where he majored in Computer Science Information Systems and minored in Business Administration prior to graduating from the University of St. Thomas School of Law.