iLINC’s Achievements In Our First Two Years

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During the first two years of its operation, the iLINC Core Partners have: Provided bespoke legal support to over 500 ICT start-ups and entrepreneurs on a one-to-one basis (238 face-to-face and 286 using web-based queries). Organised 38 legal events for ICT start-ups and entrepreneurs, each with 27 participants on average. Involved 139 students in both of the above, and all of …

Here it is: An all-new iLINC platform

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Having experienced some technical difficulties over the last couple of months we are now finally able to present you what nowadays’ ICT start-ups had waited for far too long: An epic starting point for legal support. iLINC, the network of Law Incubators (or Law Clinics) is online with a platform that both enables start-ups to get legal support and expertise …

Maintenance due to updates

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Please be aware: The iLINC website will be down due to some system updates during the last week of Feb. But nevermind, we will be back with more content, more features, and even more beautiful than you could ever imagine. :-)

Happy 1st Birthday, iLINC!

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After One Year, iLINC has: Established a vibrant and growing European network with over 15 committed university partners, Held two international events to share best practices and build the European law incubation capacity, Provided legal services over 150 Start-ups and involved 118 students in professional service delivery (Core Partners) and Hosted 16 ‘ICT Legal Challenge’ events/workshops (by Core Partners) among …

iLINC ICT Legal Challenge Events Report from qLegal, London

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ICT Legal Challenge Event 1 Focus: Licensed and Open: Using law with Attitude, 17 January 2014. Organised by qLegal in collaboration with the Open Data Institute, London Theme: What does it take to be legally open? Amanda Brock, Director, Origin International Technology Law and Professor Ian Walden, Professor of Information and Communications Law, Queen Mary University of London explained how to ‘use …

Legal Hackers Unite Across the Atlantic Feb. 8-9

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Tech + Law = Data Privacy Legal Hackathon: “This particular hackathon is our first to link American legal hackers with European legal hackers to create new approaches to problem solving by uniting different perspectives and starting points,” said Professor Jonathan Askin, founder and director of BLIP Clinic. “Our objective is to bring together lawyers and technologists, policy advocates and innovators, …

qLegal Launch – 22 January 2014

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qLegal, the legal incubator for tech start-ups and entrepreneurs based at Queen Mary University London, had its launch event on 22 January at the Google Offices in London. The event was a great success and attended by well over 100 people. Guest speaker Sam Amrani, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Tamoco ( and QMUL alumnus, helped to create a real …

iLINC and GET at Health 2.0 Summit in London – 18 November 2013

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Over 300 participants at a major London-based conference on e-health were introduced to the iLINC and GET projects. Professor Ian Walden, Coordinator of iLINC, and Jorge Gonzalez, Coordinator of GET, explained how e-health start-ups could benefit from collaborating with both EU-funded initiatives. Ian also gave some key insights into some of the key legal challenges facing e-health entrepreneurs.