The third Best Practice Sharing Event of the iLINC Network took place on 18 and 19 May 2015 in Berlin. With the objective of establishing a European network of law incubators that bridge ICT Entrepreneurs and Start-ups with Law Students, iLINC was established as a project funded by the European Commission under Seventh Framework Programme.
iLINC has four Core Partners who are responsible for establishing the network: Queen Mary University of London, the Universities of Amsterdam and KU Leuven, and the Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research. The Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy (BLIP) Clinic from Brooklyn Law School has been an invaluable source of inspiration as an Associate Partner and is helping to establish iLINC as part of global network of law incubators together with EshipLaw in the US. More information can be found on www.ilincnetwork.eu.
Monday, 18 Mai 2015 at betahaus Berlin, Prinzessinnenstrasse 19-20, 10969 Berlin
|13:00 – 13:30||Welcome
iLINC’s Achievements to Date
|13:30 – 15:10||Berlin Clinics in Action: exploring interdisciplinary potential
Chair: Max von Grafenstein
|15:40 – 17:00||Startups and Research with the interdisciplinary touch
Chair: Wolfgang Schulz
|17.15 – 18.00||Reflection and Wrap-up|
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 at Huboldt Carré, Behrenstraße 42, 10117 Berlin
|9.30 – 9.35||Welcome|
|9.35 – 10.00||Building and Shaping the iLINC Vision
Chair: John Cummins
|10.00 – 10.50||iLINC and Thought Leadership
Chair: Peggy Valcke
|11.20 – 12.10|| iLINC and Practice Leadership – Legal services
Chair: Ian Walden
|12.10 – 13.00|| iLINC and Practice Leadership – Student Experience
Chair: Nico Van Eijk
|14.00 – 14.45||iLINC Communication and Collaboration
Chair: Wolfgang Schulz
|14.45 – 15.30||Building the iLINC Network|
|15.30 – 16.00||Reflection and Wrap-up|
This is not a public event, participation is on invitation only.
This is an event in the series of Best Practice Sharing Events by the EU-funded iLINC Netzwork. Proceeding the first two Best Practice Sharing Events 2014 in London and Amsterdam, the Hans Bredow Institute together with the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society welcomes the network members to the third event within this series in Berlin. We also thank the Bithouse for their friendly support.