Legal Informatics Luxembourg (LuxLI) is a community of researchers, professionals, legal experts, etc., from academia and industry, located in Luxembourg and working in Legal Informatics. Our activities rotate around four main pillars:

We are interested in industrial real-world use cases on which applying cutting-edge IT technologies, under the guidance of legal advisors. We organize dissemination and networking events to foster collaboration between IT and Legal experts, while trying to get in touch with the local industry. See our Calendar of events and follow us on Twitter and Linkedin.

Upcoming Events

  • Workshop Legal Design as Academic Discipline
    12 Dec
    Melkweg 1, 9718 EP Groningen, Netherlands

    The workshop “Legal Design as Academic Discipline: Foundations, Methodology, Applications” will take place on December 12, 2018 in Groeningen (Netherlands) during JURIX, the 31st international conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems.

    Legal Design is an interdisciplinary approach to apply human-centered design to prevent or solve legal problems. It can help to create functional, inclusive and transparent legal documents, services, and systems. Whereas Legal Design is enjoying notable success in the business world, it has not yet been established as an academic discipline.

    More info at this link.

  • JURIX 2018
    13 Dec
    Melkweg 1, 9718 EP Groningen, Netherlands

    JURIX 2018 is the 31st international conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, hosted by the Faculty of Law and the department of Artificial Intelligence in the Bernoulli Institute of Mathematics, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Faculty of Science and Engineering of the University of Groningen. JURIX is the annual international conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, organised by the Foundation for Legal Knowledge Based Systems (JURIX) since 1988. JURIX 2018 is organised in cooperation with the Dutch Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS).

    More info at this link.

  • DATA PROTECTION: a multi-disciplinary dialogue on compliance and emerging issues
    22 Jan
    4 Rue Alphonse Weicker, 2721 Luxembourg

    The Doctoral School in Law organises a cross-disciplinary doctoral seminar on Information Technology and Law on data protection law. The seminar will be attended by doctoral students and young scholars in law and in computer science. This diverse audience will benefit from such crossdisciplinary approach and cross-sectorial methodology. While the main focus of the seminar is the same for the speakers, they will address the topic in a complementary way.

    Read more at this link.

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