Since 2005, E-Law has been the chamber for Law & Technology as a part of the legal faculty association Magister JFT and it points its arrows on the students that follow this master study.The Masterstudy Law and Technology is internationally oriented . For this reason, both Dutch and international students take place in the board and committees of E-Law.
During the year we organise several activities with respect to biotechnology, e-commerce and internet, information- and communication technology (ICT), intellectual property (IP) and privacy.This can take the form of a seminar, but also a workshop or an office visit.Apart from this, we shouldn’t forget the social activities. We organise those as well, such as the yearly Sinterklaas-celebration with TILT or drinks.
Because of our international target audience, we aim to offer all our activities in English. May this not be possible due to organisational reasons, we will get an interpreter, in order to keep all activities accessible for everyone. Last year, E-law established the Privacy and Dataprotection working group. This working group helps Magister JFT with the compliance to regulation regarding privacy and data protection. This working group also advises the other chambers about these subjects.
Apart from this, E-law also has a study trip committee, which will organise trips in the field of Law and Technology. This year there will be again two trips. the first one is a visit to the Privacy and Data Conference in Brussels, the location for the second trip is yet to be determined.
We would like to keep you informed on all our activities, so make sure you keep an eye on our agenda!
Are you interested in E-law, do you want more information or would you like to participate in one of our activities? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org! We hope to hear from you soon!
- Sylvie Bax
- Charlotte van Oirsouw
- Foteini Kakava
- Rodolfo Paoli
- Marija Sobenko
- Kristopher Badurek
- Jeroen Thierens