Here is your chance to participate in our Legal Tech Conference!
Have you previously written a seminar paper or a Bachelor's thesis that is related to the topics discussed at the conference? Or do you have a topic in mind that you would like to research?
By submitting a 500 word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org you will have a chance to be part of our student panel and get your work published.
Don't worry, we don't expect you to have the paper finalised when submitting the abstract.
Deadline is 29th April and you can find more information the attached infographic, or from:
"oikeudellinen digitalisaatio tarjoaa helposti ymmärrettävän viitekehyksen teknologiaan liittyvien kehityskulkujen analysoimiselle sekä kokonaiskuvan muodostamiselle käynnissä olevasta oikeuden murroksesta"
Legal Tech Labin johtava tutkija ja apulaisprofessori Riikka Koulu kertoo näkökulmiaan oikeuden digitalisaatiosta.
We are very excited to announce our second Keynote, Adam Greenfield!
Adam Greenfield is a London-based writer and urbanist.
In the conference, Greenfield will be talking about his book 'Radical Technologies: The Design of Everyday Life' (Verso, 2017).
In his book, Greenfield explores how revolutionary technologies are transforming our lives and exposes the impending menaces and ambiguities that lie beyond our initial zeal for all new things technological.
He offers a fresh and an analytical viewpoint of the ongoing technological progress and his book has been said to be essential in establishing critical opinions of modern technology.
Early bird tickets have now sold out, but normal conference tickets and student tickets are still available from: