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Clinical legal training programs are widely recognized as playing vital roles both in training lawyers prior to their admission to the bar, and in providing valuable legal services to various underserved communities. While clinical education is well-established in America, the concept of the generic law school clinic – much less one that specifically represents startups -- did not enjoy  widespread adoption in European legal pedagogy, until now.  This article discusses iLINC, a European network of startup law clinics to bridge European Information and Communication Technology (ICT) entrepreneurs and startups with law students.

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