This event marks the start of a series on "Law and Change" initiated by BIICL in cooperation with Singapore Management University (SMU). The first seminar looks mainly at how the pandemic evidenced change in law, but also how the law in times of crisis changes rights and regulatory formats in a broader sense. This seminar provides a pan Asian view but also looks at the different questions from a UK and European perspective.
- Mark Findlay, Singapore Management University (SMU)
- Eva Lein, UNIL and BIICL
- Nadja Alexander, Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy (SIDRA) and Singapore Management University (SMU)
- Jerrold Soh, Singapore Management University (SMU)
- Yong Lim, Seoul National University
Event convened by Professor Mark Findlay, Director of the Centre for AI and Data Governance at Singapore Management University and Honorary Senior Fellow at BIICL.
Singapore Management University (SMU) School of law have also published a compendium - Law and Covid-19. A collection of views on the present and future relevance of the law when our place in society experiences radical change.
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This event is free to attend but pre-registration is required below.
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This event offers the equivalent of 2 CPD hours.
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