Diver and Hildebrandt are currently teaching an intensive course at the Buchmann Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University. The 12-lecture course is titled ‘Critical Reflections on Computational Law’, and covers a wide range of practical and theoretical aspects of computational ‘law’ and legal tech. It aims to sensitise students to the interactions between legal philosophy and the philosophy of technology, while maintaining a strong connection to real-world legal technologies and positive law (e.g. Article 22 GDPR and the EU’s proposed AI Act). The course mirrors aspects of the COHUBICOL conceptual approach, and builds on various literature from the project, including Hildebrandt’s book Law for Computer Scientists and Other Folk (Oxford, 2020) and Diver’s book Digisprudence: Code as Law Rebooted (Edinburgh, 2022), both open access.
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Duarte spoke on Google and Apple Exposure Notifications System at Kozminski University (24 June 2022)
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Van den Hoven presents on normativity and international computational law at Aberdeen University (23 June 2022)
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