LTL Projects 

Projects from the LTL Community addressing legal and policy needs of communities throughout the world

Law Incubator-driven Data Analytics for Entrepreneurship Policy

Project Link: https://osf.io/qdhc9/
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: Tony Lai (Stanford), Len Zandrow (UMass)
Academic Collaborators: Stanford Law School, University of Massachusetts School of Law, University of Missouri - Kansas City
Project Leader(s): Luz Herrera (Texas A&M)
Project Status: Open

Through networks of university-based entrepreneurship law clinics in the US and Europe, and a US-wide network of legal incubators supporting entrepreneurial lawyers, the LTL Community has access to a collective set of data on entrepreneurs and start-ups and their barriers to innovation.

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Smart Cities: Data Handling and Privacy

Project Link: https://osf.io/k3xmb
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: Alan Howze (Unified Government of Kansas City), Kansas City Government, MO, William Mullins (UMKC)
Project Leader(s): Jeannette Eicks (Vermont), Tony Luppino (UMKC)
Project Status: Open

This project examines compliance with privacy and data protection laws, as well as well-balanced policies, within the context of ‘smart cities’.

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GIS-Based Land Registry Mapping: Opportunities for Modernizing Land Records Systems

Project Link: https://osf.io/wx8e7
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: Bryan Calkins (Great Basin College), Lee Rom (Center on Rural Innovation)
Academic Collaborators: Great Basin College
Project Leader(s): Matt Dunne (Vermont, MIT)
Project Status: Open

This project will test the concept of changing the way we determine land boundaries away from individual, unconnected surveys and towards a method that is anchored in GPS coordinates. 

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Smart Compliance and GDPR

Project Link: https://osf.io/g73dv
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: Reed Smith (Law Firm), Mark Potkewitz
Project Leader(s): Jonathan Askin
Project Status: Open

This Project examines a range of automated techniques to assess compliance with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) through analysis of all relevant data and information pertaining to a company (or a department within a company or another legal entity).

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