Trier, Germany

European Information Technology Law

when 11 September 2023 - 15 September 2023
language English
duration 1 week
credits 20 EC
fee EUR 1150

This course will provide a thorough introduction to European information technology law.

Course leader

Florence Hartmann-Vareilles
Jaroslav Opravil

Target group

Private lawyers, judges, prosecutors, ministry officials and other practitioners seeking an introduction to European information technology law.

Course aim

Key topics
- Internet regulation in the European Union
- Role, responsibility, and accountability of online platforms
- Regulating e-commerce in Europe
- Information technologies and intellectual property law
- EU legal framework applicable to data: sui generis protection of databases, trade secrets protection, free flow -of data, data privacy in the digital world, data concentration
- Online and smart contracts
- Private international law and information technologies
- Cybersecurity
- Training methods will include presentations, case studies and workshops.

Visit to the CJEU in Luxembourg
Participants in the summer course will have the opportunity to visit the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. The number of places is limited

Fee info

EUR 1150: Standard
EUR 862: EU and ERA patrons/Young lawyers and other groups


Scholarships available (Early registration discounts)