LAW & TECHNOLOGY
Executive Program by Tilburg University
Instructors: 20 international academics & professionals
The Executive Program “Law & Technology” focuses on regulatory and legal aspects of the development and implementation of innovative information and communication technologies and leads to a University Certificate. It is the result of a partnership between the Law Faculty of the Tilburg University – the best Dutch university in law in Times Higher Education – and Nomiki Bibliothiki, i.e. the largest provider of vocational education in the field of Law and Economics in Greece. In the most recent five-year research assessment, TILT received 4.75 out of 5, ranking second (with seven others) out of 60 Dutch research programmes.
- This program is tailored for legal experts who realize that adequate knowledge of law is no longer sufficient for modern legal professionals working with technology on a daily basis.
- This program aims at offering legal professionals intensive education and training on a broad range of legal areas relating to Information and Communication Technologies, while it offers a thorough focus on the role of ethics in the regulation of Artificial Intelligence.
- This program offers a unique opportunity to obtain a well-structured and thorough understanding of legal and ethical issues on cutting-edge technologies.
- The instructors are well-trained and highly experienced international academics and professionals in the field of Law and Technology.
- The participants will deepen in the understanding of practical, strategic and modern approaches to legal issues relating to Technology, which will transform them into essential actors of decision-making at their workplace.
Introductory seminars (12 hours)
Introduction to Law & Technology
Human rights and technology: balancing fundamental rights in times of flux
European Courts: Enforcement and remedies
Artificial Intelligence (12 hours)
The EU AI Act
The role of ethics in the regulation of AI
The social impacts of data and AI
European data protection & Cybersecurity (16 hours)
Data processing in ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Contracts
Rights that exist in theory but not in practice? The unsolved enforcement problem of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
GDPR and EU data initiatives
Drafting privacy policies
Transborder transfers of data
Cookies and spam; how law and technology interact
Understanding Data Protection Impact Assessments
Intellectual Property (4 hours)
IP’s big data bang: framing the intersection between IP and (big) data
Auctor ex machina? AI and copyright
Competition law (12 hours)
Mergers & Remedies
Anti-competitive practices under Articles 101, 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)
Competition enforcement in the digital era, big data, multi-sided platforms
Cybercrime law (4 hours)
Substantive Cybercrime law
Energy law (8 hours)
Introduction to European energy law
Competition and regulation in energy markets
Regulation and governance of a just energy transition
Data sharing in the energy sector
Health law (4 hours)
Technologies of Care, Technologies of Control
EU health data governance and regulation
FinTech laws and regulations (4 hours)
Financial Innovation and Regulation
EU AML/CFT and data sharing among the actors
Digital trade and Standardisation (4 hours)
Digital trade regulation and global value chains
Standards and information law
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The program is designed for lawyers, staff of legal departments of companies and organizations, legal advisors, and researchers, who wish to develop their knowledge or to systematize and modernize their knowledge on topics related to the way the law deals with technological challenges and adapt to contemporary data and digital challenges of our time. The program covers a broad range of areas of Law & Technology, offering a thorough analysis of the applicable legal and regulatory framework and approaching them from a practical perspective in order to offer a comprehensive and complete understanding of these areas.
After successful completion of the Course, participants will receive a University Certificate of Attendance (Certificate), awarded by the Law Faculty of Tilburg University.
The seminars will be held through distance learning (live streaming) sessions. Only two sessions (10 & 11.3.2023) will be held with on- site presence of instructors. The program will be conducted in the English language.
Βίντεο (Live Streaming)