For the second time, the Institute of Legal Informatics is hosting a hybrid "Summer Camp" on the topic of "IT and Law". From 9 to 12 August 2021, interested parties have the opportunity to attend expert lectures on cutting-edge research questions and participate in workshops and discussions on the Institute's current research projects. The topics of the Summer Camp range from AI and Law and IoT to Legal Tech, Data Protection and IT Security. Participation is free of charge. Further Information on the programme and registration can be found here.

The programme is primarily aimed at graduates from the fields of law and computer science, but is open to interested parties from all disciplines who want to benefit from the opportunity to discuss research questions in the field of "IT and Law". The Summer Camp will take place at the Graduate Centre on the campus of Saarland University in Saarbrücken as well as being broadcast online.

In-person attendance is subject to compliance with the current Corona hygiene regulations: In-person participation is only permitted to those who can present proof of recovery from COVID-19 (proof of a previous COVID‑19 infection in written or digital form if the test involved a laboratory diagnostics test and was done no less than 28 days and no more than six months before), or proof of full vaccination (full dosage has been completed as published by the Paul Ehrlich Institute and no less than 14 days have elapsed since the last required dose) or a daily PCR or antigen test in conjunction with an official identification document (identity card, passport, driving licence). Corona rapid tests are also offered at Saarland University's auditorium.

Further information on the programme and the registration can be found here.

 

 

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