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Is AI and Mass Data Sharing the Future of Legal Ideas?

Date: 26 June 2023

Time: 10.00 - 12.00 (UK time)

Venue: Online


Event Details

The British Institute for International and Comparative Law (BIICL) is collaborating with the Center for AI and Data Governance (CAIDG) of the Singapore Management University on a series of webinars on 'Law and Change'. Law and Change is a series designed to discuss how global crises are changing law and how law and legal services can assist in the orderly management of global change.

This event will be held jointly with the University of Lausanne, and will be looking at the role of law in making AI and data use not only risk free, but potentially a contributor to greater sustainability in real space and the virtual. The panel of experts will pick up the conversation where they left off (see the previous Law and Change event: "LawGPT?"), and will dive into the possibilities for law in ordering digital spaces: what risk will law confront and what opportunities are there for law to make the virtual world a better place? How will the work of lawyers and the application of legal services govern AI to produce more sustainable markets and more livable communities?

The webinar is organised by Prof. Eva Lein, UNIL and Director of the Centre of Comparative Law at BIICL and Prof. Mark Findlay, Director of the CAIDG.


Prof. Mark Findlay, Centre for AI & Data Governance


  • Prof. Michel Cannarsa, Catholic University of Lyon
  • Dr Giulia Gentile, LSE Law School
  • Prof. Marion Ho-Dac, Artois University
  • Prof. Gregory Lewkowicz, University of Brussels
  • Prof. Rebecca Williams, Pembroke College Oxford

Join the conversation @BIICL #lawandchange #LawGPT


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This event offers the equivalent of 2 CPD hours.


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