Date: 3 - 7 July 2023
Time: 09.30 - 17.00 (UK time)
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law 5 day summer school in cooperation with UNIL Lausanne and other foreign academic institutions, focusing on Law and Technology.
Students from different parts of the world will get an introduction to Law and Technology from a comparative perspective and follow classes on specific technology-related topics such as IP and technology, competition law and technology; and LegalTech.
The programme includes a moot court at the Royal Courts of Justice and a visit to the Alan Turing institute. Students will also participate in a workshop focusing on the question whether ChatGPT technology can be used for law and legal decision making.
Students completing the 5 day course will receive a certificate of attendance.
Indicative course Topics
- Introduction, AI and liability issues
- Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence
- Competition Law and Technology
- Artificial Intelligence and Ethics
- ChatGPT to LawGPT
Prof. Eva Lein, British Institute of International and Comparative Law and UNIL
Who is the Course For?
The summer school is ideal for students, academics and practitioners wishing to develop a greater understanding of developments in artificial intelligence and Intellectual property law.
Pricing and Registration
Charges for this course are:
Students: £500 (please ensure you use your university email to register)
This event offers the equivalent of 30 CPD hours.
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