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Current start-ups

Within our Market Impact programme we support entrepreneurial students and researchers of the Amsterdam Law School in developing, testing and bringing justice solutions to market.

Current start-ups

  • Legal Crowd; Founded by Gabriel Poltorak and Joost Jansen. 

Legal Crowd is a crowdfunding initiative for important legal cases. Joost and Gabriel began their business together during the Master course in Justice Entrepreneurship and went on to win investment from the start-up fund, our Law Hub pitching competition and were nominated for most innovative students in the Netherlands. They launched their platform and first case in December 2021.

  • Damsco; Founded by Olele Akhile and Daniel Ten Tusscher.

Currently in development, Damsco is a legal advocacy and contracting service designed to support creatives. The goal is to provide understandable contracts at a low price-point to support the underserved community of freelancers. They are currently completing their user research phase and are happy to talk to any creatives who wish to take part in their pilot.

  • Eternal Contract; Founded by Jan Swoboda

An NFT powered tool to save documents eternally in a blockchain. Currently in the market testing phase, this tool is designed to reduce the fall-out post data hack by retaining full access to documents. 

  • pAItent; Founded by May Lee

pAItent is an AI powered tool designed to support IP lawyers in identifying ‘inventive step’. The platform will be able to identify prior art and assess its relative closeness to the existing application through clustering. May Lee is currently developing the MVP and is looking for a co-founder.