Law & Technology Roundtable

This roundtable brings researchers from across the Faculty together to discuss their existing research and possibilities for future collaboration.

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The current technological revolution is challenging existing regulation while providing new opportunities for legal research and practice. This phenomenon requires fresh perspectives (doctrinal, theoretical, empirical, technical and critical) and provides opportunities for future research, applications and teaching.

This roundtable brings researchers from across the Faculty to discuss their research and lays the ground for an expanded conference in the Fall. It is also timed to coincide with a related workshop on automated text analysis at Pluricourts.

Introduction: Past, Present and future (09:00-10:00)

I.  Digitalisation of Law (10:00-10:45)

ICT Perspectives in Digitalisation of Law

Evidence

Construction Law

Law-Making

II. Automated Decision-Making in Law, LEGALTECH (10:45-11:30)

Automated Decision-Making: Overview

Social Welfare Law

LegalTech and Law Firms

III. Technology & Regulation (12:00-13:15)

Sharing Economy and Labour Law

Transnational private law

FinTech: RoboInvestors and Financial Law

Blockchain, Corporate Structure and Taxation

Predictive policing

Punishment and the ICT Revolution

III. Data and Law (13:15-14:15)

Health and Big Data

Personalised Medicine

Data Privacy

Information as commodity

Internet governance and data protection

  • Worku Gedefa Urgess, Ph.D Candidate, NRCCL/SERI (IfP)

Cybersecurity

IV. Theorising Law & Technology (14:15-15:15)

Computational Approaches for Law

Biotechnology and Ethics

Technological governance

Deviance and the digital

Smart cities

Digital Authoritarianism

15:30-17:00 Dean’s Roundtable

Themes: Research, Teaching, Cooperation, Conference in Fall 2018

Published Feb. 12, 2018 4:10 PM - Last modified Apr. 12, 2018 11:39 AM