Explore Entrepreneurship in Legal Tech

ACE presents a unique entrepreneurship program in collaboration with Amsterdam Law Hub and Innovation Exchange Amsterdam (IXA). You will have the opportunity to learn the basics of venture creation and develop potential business ideas in the field of Legal Tech.

Are you an entrepreneurial-minded student in the legal and/or tech field? ACE is offering a two-day inspirational program on 27+28 June at Amsterdam Law Hub. The program will help you generate ideas around starting a legal tech startup.

Legal technology refers to the application of technology and software to help law firms with practice management, document storage, billing, accounting and electronic discovery. Legal Tech offers great opportunities for technology startups disrupting the practice of law. This technology gives people access to online solutions or connects people with lawyers more efficiently through online marketplaces and lawyer-matching websites.

This program is open to students, PhD’s, researchers, staff members, post-docs and technicians of UvA, VU and HvA. To join, you don’t need a startup idea or any prior preparation. Just come with an open mind!

In two days you will learn what it takes to start your own company and discover ways to access markets with an innovative business idea. Best ideas can win a €500 price.

More information HERE

Apply HERE or send a message to amsterdamlawhub@uva.nl to let them know you are interested, or if you have any questions.

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