The Institute of Legal Informatics will have its own stand at the accompanying exhibition to the German Conference in Information Technology in the Judiciary which will take place from the 20th to 22nd September.

The theme of the 26th Conference, which is held annually at Saarland University in Saarbrücken, will be "The Law 4.0 – from electronic legal dealings to digital justice". As in previous years, the Institute of Legal Informatics will have its own stand at the accompanying exhibition and will present its research opportunities and activities.

Prof. Dr. Georg Borges and Prof. Dr. Christoph Sorge, directors of the Institute, will also participate in various working groups at the Conference. Prof. Borges will give a presentation and moderate the discussion in the working group "Electronic Process (Civil and Criminal) in the guest country United Kingdom". In addition, he will give a presentation in the working group "Machine Learning" which will be moderated by Prof. Sorge. Prof. Sorge will also be moderating the working group "Lech Tech – the automation of contracts".

The Institute of Legal Informatics is looking forward to you visiting us and to many interesting discussions at the 2017 Conference!

Further Information:


In this BMBF-subsidised project, the Chair of Prof. Borges is examining the legal questions raised by collaborative working on encrypted documents. More information...


In the BMBF-subsidised project »Trustworthy exchange of intellectual property in industry«, the Chair of Prof Borges is answering open legal questions relating to Enterprise Rights Management. More information...

Legal Aspects of Cloud Computing

A total of 13 papers have been published as part of the BMWi's technology programme »Trusted Cloud«. The papers serve as an introduction to the legal aspects of Cloud Computing, answer a number of legal questions and offer potential new solutions to previously unsolved issues. You can download and order copies of these papers. More information...

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