New technologies such as Blockchain, smart contracts and artificial intelligence lead to a review of the applicability of basic legal postulates, but also to new, as yet unregulated situations. With the new regulatory framework, the European Union is rapidly adapting to the constantly new conditions of the digital economy, but the determination of market competition rules still does not fully follow the new business models of the digital age.
MBA seminar Legaltech starts on November 22, 2023
Who is the seminar intended for?
The seminar is primarily intended for legal and related departments of large and larger companies, but also for lawyers, lawyers, legal experts, and the academic community; to everyone who deals with law, legal regulations and science and is aware of the profound changes brought about by the application of new technologies in this area as well. Because a Legal Technologist is not a lawyer who knows several programming languages, but a lawyer who possesses legal knowledge and a deep understanding of today’s technological possibilities!
What will you learn?
Insight into the fundamental features of the rule of law, emphasis on the role of technology in new models of providing legal services, basic features of LegalTech products. The role of artificial intelligence, Blockchain technology, design thinking, storytelling from the perspective of legal services. The future of the judiciary and key guidelines of the European legal framework for the digital economy.
This MBA seminar helps you:
recognize the fundamental differences between the rule of law and the lex-cryptographiae,
get to know different segments of legal services, and the role of technology in new models of providing legal services,
get to know the key guidelines of the European legal framework for the digital economy with a comparative legal perspective,
identify the basic features of LegalTech products, the stages of its development and the role of artificial intelligence (AI) and Blockchain technology,
use design thinking, storytelling and problem-solving from the perspective of legal services,
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