Proactive and responsible legal approaches to digitalisation - legal challenges and theories

22-23 October 2018 - Department of Law, Aarhus University

2018.03.20 | Cita Kristensen

Date Mon 22 Oct Tue 23 Oct
Time 09:30    17:00
Location Department of Law, Aarhus University, Bartholins Allé 16, 8000 Aarhus C, building 1410 – room 247

 

Content

This course is designed for PhD fellows who want to understand how the ICT development impacts the law. The purpose of the course is to provide the PhD fellows with insight into and the competences needed to address the consequences of the application of legal technologies within their respective field of law. The course will deal with the challenges that are faced when ensuring a design of legislation ready to digitalisation, the implications of digitalisation for contractual relations and for business models, as well as the digitisation in the employment sector, personal data protection, and the self-service facilities dominating the public administration. It involves both focus on the benefits as well as the new digital risk.

Programme

 

Course responsible

Professor Ellen Margrethe Basse, Aarhus BSS, AU

Participants' preparation

A paper of no more than six pages (see further in the programme). Deadline 8 October 2018. Hand in to PhD secretary Cita Dyveke Kristensen cita@law.au.dk.

Later registration is possible if the course is not full. Please contact Cita Dyveke Kristensen (cita@law.au.dk) if you need further information on that.

ECTS

3 ECTS

Language

English if there are participants who are not familiar with Danish.

Registration deadline and fee

No later than 4 October 2018. The fee is DKK 1,000 (Webshop link will be open later).

Number of participants

A maximum of 20 people

Course