23 February, Artificial Intelligence and Dispute Resolutions
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION
TOWARDS A HUMAN-CENTERED COLLABORATION?
Organisation: Professor Eva Lein and Dr. iur. Eva Thélisson
This conference will address the impact of AI on the law and on dispute resolution across various areas and jurisdictions. Automated decision-making presents important challenges for justice systems across the world. The speakers will discuss these challenges from different viewpoints in three roundtable sessions. They will focus on what is at stake in the debate over AI, assess how AI can be used in litigation and arbitration and reflect on available accountability mechanisms.
More information and registration at: https://www.unil.ch/cedidac/international-conference_artificial-intelligence-and-dispute-resolution-2022
7 December, DOING BUSINESS WITH...
given by Me Pritika Kumar
More information and registration.
The “Doing business with...” Conference Series is organised jointly by the LLM Programme "International Business Law" and the CEDIDAC. It aims to offer a competitive edge and practical tools to business professionals and entrepreneurs looking to invest or do business abroad. It covers issues such as banking regulation, corporate restructuring, taxation, the protection of intellectual property and other important topics that individuals and companies should know for sustained success when "Doing Business with" foreign countries. The aim of the Conference Series is to make foreign law more accessible and to prepare local enterprises, with support from Swiss and foreign chambers of commerce, for international business transactions in the 2020s.