**priority will be given to Law & Technology students**
Would you be interested in being placed in a ‘Black Mirror’ futuristic scenario and explore
emerging societal and ethical concerns? Would you like to have an opportunity to network with a wide range of scholars from different fields and explore new pathways to solving emerging risks of new technologies? Then do not hesitate and join the Magister JFT | E-Law board to the CPDP 2020 Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence Conference! You will have the rare opportunity to interfere with inspirational academics, lawyers, practitioners and policy makers. Therefore, mark the date in your calendars: 22 – 24 JANUARY 2020 in BRUSSELS! Please note, that the conference will be free of charge.
Conditions for free participation during the conference (saving up €120-200):
A volunteer system will be in place, meaning that each of us will volunteer at the conference for a couple of hours for ONE day (e.g. distributing coffee, helping with organizational matters) and the other TWO days we will get to participate in the conference for free! Please take into account that the travel costs to and from Brussels, the hostel and meals and drinks will have to be covered by yourselves. However, Magister JFT | E-Law will strive to find the cheapest solutions for the trip! Also, we will be leaving Tilburg on the 21st of January, since the conference begins on the 22nd of January at 8 in the morning. Therefore, make sure you’re back from Christmas holidays on time!
If you are interested, please register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration deadline is the 8th of November 2019.
For further information, see: https://www.cpdpconferences.org/