Administrative automated decision-making: what about the right to an effective remedy?

17 May 2021

Automated decision-making (‘ADM’) systems are algorithm decision-making tools, which issue either a partial or a full decision. While their use by national public administration is no new phenomenon, the European Union (‘EU’) has now also embraced this novel method of administrative decision-making.

Sarah de Heer

Ms S.R. (Sarah) de Heer is a teacher at the Department International Law of the Faculty of Law since summer 2019. She holds the Master's Degree International and European Law obtained at Radboud University Nijmegen and completed the Advanced Master's Intellectual Property and ICT Law from KU Leuven.