The IRDT —
Digitalisation and Law
Digitalisation is the key technology of the 21st century. It is not a temporary phenomenon, but will change our society permanently. Law, as a mirror and binding framework of society, must react to economic and cultural change. An essential task of the law in the foreseeable future will be to accompany and shape digital change.
The Institute for Digital Law Trier (IRDT) will seek an active role in this process and aims to contribute visible, substantive legal research on the law of digitalisation.
The team, headed by four directors, has identified five main area of research:
- Human autonomy in the digital age
- Governance in the digital age
- Data and intellectual property rights in the digital age
- IT-Security in the digital age
- Artificial Intelligence and Law
Die Trierer Gespräche zu Recht und Digitalisierung stehen im Sommersemester 2022 unter dem Thema „Open Data“. Am 29.6. wird Prof. Dr. Louisa Specht-Riemenschneider (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn) ...
- 26. April 2022
- 14. April 2022
- 8. April 2022