THE LAW SCHOOLS OF 4 DUTCH UNIVERSITIES PARTNERED UP IN 2019 TO SHAPE AND STRENGTHEN THE EXPANDING NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AGENDA ON DIGITAL LEGAL STUDIES.

Together, we explore how algorithms, data, automation and artificial intelligence affect our legal system and society. We aim to be a leading international research group at the forefront of law & technology issues.

On Wednesday 2 December, we will look back at the first year of the Digital Legal Studies research collaboration during our kick-off conference ‘Digital Legal Talks’. We will have keynote speeches by Julie Cohen and Frank Pasquale, and associated researchers from all 4 partner universities of our collaboration – Maastricht University, Tilburg University, the University of Amsterdam & Radboud University Nijmegen – will present their research and discuss their work with academics, policymakers and practitioners around the world.

The very first edition of our annual Digital Legal Talks will be hosted online and is open to all. 

More information on registration, as well as the schedule of the event can be found here.