digital legal lab
interuniversity research centre on law & digital technologies
Who we are
The Digital Legal Lab is a joint research network between Tilburg University, the University of Amsterdam, Radboud University and Maastricht University.
We bring together legal scholars, data scientists and academics from the humanities and social sciences to collaboratively explore the intersection of law, technology & society. Our joint research initiative – Digital Legal Studies – is funded through the Law Sector Plan of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW).
Privacy Book Club
Book pick: Why Privacy Matters by Neil Richards (2022)
The Digital Legal Lab’s Privacy Book Club will get together for the third time on 20 March 2023. This time, we’re reading and discussing Why Privacy Matters by Neil Richards.
Organized by dr. Irene Kamara (Tilburg University) & dr. Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux (Maastricht University), the Privacy Book Club aims to bring together researchers interested in privacy-related topics to discuss new scholarship on privacy, revisit critical theories, and debate the future of privacy.
1 & 2 June
DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES, PUBLIC POLICY, AND COMPETITION LAW
On 1 and 2 June 2023, the “Digital Technologies, Public Policy, and Competition Law” conference will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in the framework of the Law Sector Plan Rebalancing Public and Private Interests (Erasmus University Rotterdam) and the Law Sector Plan Digital Legal Studies (Tilburg University). The aim of the conference is to discuss if and how should competition law adapt to technological developments and societal disruptions posed by digital technologies.
Digital Legal Lab’s
EU CYBERSECURITY: COLLECTIVE RESILIENCE THROUGH REGULATION
In 2020, the European Commission and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy presented the ‘EU’s Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade’.
After more than two years, it is time to evaluate whether the strategy is succeeding in its goals, but also whether it is still fit for purpose in an ever-evolving society.
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