At TILT we offer the opportunity for
students for cooperation between academia and practice: the TILT Clinic. This
is a close cooperation in which 4 Master
students are working on an assignment commissioned by a company. The first TILT
Clinic was a cooperation between Louwers IP/Technology Lawyers and four
students regarding the privacy implications of health and lifestyle monitoring
Interested in cooperating with TILT in a TILT Clinic?
We are currently looking for companies which are interested in commissioning an assignment for a new TILT Clinic. The exact arrangement is flexible, in order to accommodate the wishes of the commissioning party.
- 1 month / 2 days a week
- 1 assignment commissioned by practice
- 4 talented students
- 1 day of supervision at the university
- 1 day of supervision at the commissioner’s premises
- Concrete predefined end result
Advantages of the program for the commissioning company
- Recruiting talented students
- Minimum investment
- Different perspectives on a topical issue
- Pre-defined end result
- PR via the network of Tilburg Law School
- Bonding with Tilburg University
Advantages for students
- Boost for CV
- Gain practical experience
- Use research for paper/thesis
Advantages for Tilburg Law School
- Creating internship opportunities for students
- Closer ties with company
At TILT we have two types of clinics:
Clinics in collaboration with the University of Stanford
This clinic focuses on submitting third-party interventions in key cases before the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in Strassbourg. Currently there is no open clinic.
Clinics in collaboration with various businesses and organizations
Here you can find information about TILT Clinics currently running and/or open for application.
- Currently running:
TILT clinic with WE ARE DATA – Mirror Room
- Open for application:
International and interdisciplinary insights
Each student will cooperate on a different topic with students from the other universities. Through such collaboration, international and interdisciplinary insights are gained. Students and a TILT teacher will visit Haifa University in May to follow classes and discus their draft paper. After that, the paper will be finished in the months of June and July, delivering three comparative and interdisciplinary papers by students from Haifa, Tilburg and Ottawa University.
More information for interested companies as well as students:
- Tommaso Crepax (firstname.lastname@example.org)