The interdisciplinary subject Legal Informatics can be studied by both lawyers and computer scientists. Those studying for a bachelor's degree in Computer Science can expand their knowledge of Legal Informatics by taking it as minor subject. Students must obtain 18 credit points – 12 of which graded – from Law and Legal Informatics lectures, seminars and tutorials. In addition to attending lectures, students can earn credit points by working on the Legal Internet Project and/or by taking part in other Legal Informatics seminars. A personal consultation is recommended for anyone interested in taking Legal Informatics as a minor subject.

Electronic Employee Records

In this project, the Institute is working with the State Chancellery of the State of the Saarland to replace the Saarland's State Administration's paper Employee Records with legally compliant electronic Employee Records. More information...

VERTRAG

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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