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Looking to the World

The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL – best known for its early pioneering but ill-fated rechtwijzer) – continues in its role as technological development organisation. Its traditional jamboree in the Hague’s Palace of Justice moved online last week for ‘a demo day’ of their justice accelerator project. This showcased 18 startups from seven … Continue reading Looking to the World

HIIL, the Justice Accelerator and its Annual Innovation Conference: thoughtful development in action

There is little than you can teach The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HiiL) about innovation, promotion and presentation. For that reason, the form of its annual innovation conference was unsurprising. Among the more conventional sessions, we were entertained, at times, by dance and video. In the breaks, you could also spend time in … Continue reading HIIL, the Justice Accelerator and its Annual Innovation Conference: thoughtful development in action