Looking back at 2020 with our LAW annual review: read more about innovative education and our impact on society
Perhaps you might come to the conclusion that in 2020, because of corona, time stood still in our law faculty. Despite setbacks and start-up problems - after all, everything and everyone had to switch to online within a short period of time - a lot of positive things happened last year.
Therefore, in this incomplete overview, we would like to look back with you in the field of education, research and our faculty as a whole. With these Stories of science we like show our impact on society: DigiD for border workers and demonstrate our innovation in legal education: Bachelor’s in law: 'Back to our core DNA.
The annual review is supplemented with an engaging story of Matteo Bonelli and Daniel On: Looking back on PhD life with a sense of pride, showcases and fast facts about our education and research. In short, we are ready for a great new LAW year.
By the way, you are cordially invited to share these stories within your own network: lawreview2020.
A team of researchers at the Law & Tech Lab is exploring an AI-assisted solution that makes legal assistance more accessible to everyone. Think of difficult contracts with legal language, explained in plain language or summarized for easy understanding. The exploration of this tool comes with a few...
On 30 January 2024, the Globalization & Law Network had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Simona Demková, Assistant Professor in EU law at Leiden University. During the seminar, Simona presented her project focused on the EU’s human-centered digital transformation and funded by the Leiden University...
On January 28th, Konrad Kollnig, assistant professor in the Law & Tech Lab of the Law Faculty, was awarded this years’ Stefano Rodotà Award. His thesis conducted a technological and legal study into mobile apps on how to improve data protection in practice.