Coding and Conceptualizing Technology in the Future of Law and Legal Practice: An Overview of the ALF Annual Seminar 2019

Leonore ten Hulsen, Sophia Mard

Abstract


The “Technology and International Law” seminar took place on May 10, 2019 as part of an annual seminar series hosted by the Amsterdam Law Forum at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The seminar brought together experts from a variety of disciplines to share their views on the intersection of emerging technologies and human rights law. The speakers discussed the ever-increasing impact of technology in relation to human rights, climate change, and legal practice. The purpose of the seminar was to show various fields in which technology impacts international law and regulation, and to create a constructive dialogue about the way forward. This commentary is a brief review of the views expressed by the speakers in their individual talks and in the panel discussion that followed. 


Keywords


International law, technology law, human rights

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