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Contesting automated decision making in legal practice: Views from practitioners and researchers
Rapid summary report from an expert workshop: 'Contesting AI Explanations…AI and Data Worlds
BIICL Guidelines – Constructive resolution of business legal disputes post COVID-19
Small businesses are the backbone of the UK economy and key to economic recovery…Comparative Law+2
Part 1: The Great Vaccination Passports Debate: “ID Cards on Steroids” or the Rational Way Forward?
This is a two-part blog series. In Part 1, Prof. Lilian Edwards discusses…AI and Data Worlds+2
Part 2: Getting Digital Health Passports Right? Legal, Ethical and Equality Considerations
This is a two-part blog series. In Part 1 Prof. Lilian Edwards discusses…AI and Data Worlds+2
The importance of civil liability for a corporate human rights duty
Image courtesy of Sosialistisk Ungdom (SU) Transcript of the intervention…Business and Human Rights+1
The Representative Actions Directive - a class action for Europe?
After many years of discussion, the EU Representative Actions Directive was…Collective Redress+3
Civil Remedies and Human Rights in Flux
On 22-26 October 2020, the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights (Faculty…Business and Human Rights+1
Investor-State Mediation: Trends, Risks and Opportunities
On 8-9 December 2020, the Investment Treaty Forum of the British Institute…Arbitration+1
What does human rights due diligence for climate change impacts look like?
The collected presentations of the BIICL webinar series "Human Rights Due…Business and Human Rights+2
Emissions Trading: International Law and Dispute Resolution
On 18 November 2020, the Investment Treaty Forum of the British Institute…Arbitration+3