From training to counselling: KU Leuven students prepare for client intake simulation.

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Over the course of three weeks, students participating in ICRI/CIR’s ICT Law Incubator program, took part in an intensive workshop regime. The aim of the workshops was to make students acquainted with the legal challenges of ICT start-ups. Necessary training, as the students will be personally guiding start-ups as of next year. Topics covered were: privacy and digital marketing, IP in the online …

KU Leuven Incubator ‘IusStart’ awarded for Competitive Entrepreneurship

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On February 25th, KU Leuven Law Incubator IusStart was awarded 2,500€ by the Leuven.inc foundation for its contribution to competitive entrepreneurship. The foundation was particularly impressed by the project’s cross-pollination between law students and student entrepreneurs. Within IusStart, law students, under the guidance of researchers and law firms, provide free legal advice to start-ups who would otherwise not be able to afford …

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 Best Practice Event in Amsterdam: 30-31 October 2014

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The Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam invited all project partners to join the event in Amsterdam for two days in October 2014. The event was attended by representatives from 16 universities, in person: 4 from the core network, 11 from the active network and 1 associate partner. The program was full of interesting sessions arranged by …

iLINC Best Practice Event in London: 8-9 May 2014

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The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), Queen Mary, University of London invited the iLINC Network Partner to join the first Best Practice Sharing Event in London on 8-9 May 2014. Patrick Cahill from qlegal gave an overview of service delivery models. Furthermore the iLINC partner discussed about the client perspective-what do customers want? iLINC going forward was another big …

iLINC and ICT2B Extend EU-Hub Clustering Activities

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John Cummins of iLINC and Gunnar Brink of ICT2B have been exploring how EU-Hub Services can be linked to other networks. Gunnar is a member of EIT ICT Labs Network (http://www.eitictlabs.eu/), an important network for early-stage ICT companies in Europe. Gunnar invited John to an EIT ICT Labs workshop to present the iLINC project and to establish a working dialogue …

iLINC ICT Legal Challenge Events Report from qLegal

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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 …

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 (www.tamo.co) and QMUL alumnus, helped to create a real …