event

19/08/2024 - 07/09/2024

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location

Online and Reichenau/Rax

costs tuition-free

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JOIN OUR SUMMER SCHOOL ON DATA ECONOMY LAW IN 2024

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Planning for the Summer School on Data Economy Law 2024 is in full swing! The program will cover in its already third edition a broad range of trending and relevant legal aspects of data driven businesses. The teaching content will centre around selected content of the Data Economy Law, LL.M (next run 1.October.2024). The LL.M. and the Summer School have been jointly developed by a consortium of four partner universities:

University for Continuing Education Krems -Coordinator/Lead (Austria)
Georg-August University Göttingen (Germany)
Masaryk University (Czech Republic)
Kazimieras Simonavičius University (Lithuania)

Scholars and experts from all partner universities and from legal practice will lecture on selected aspects of the data economy. The participants will have the opportunity to discuss and work on case studies on current legal problems in the areas of Data Law, Data Protection and Cybersecurity, Transnational Business Law and Innovation and IP Strategy.
The Summer School will start with a two-week online preparatory course – followed by a final face-to-face week which will take place at the beautiful mountainous village Reichenau/Rax in Lower Austria. International legal practitioners and scientists will provide state of the art lectures and workshops to all our core subjects. For successfully completion a certificate worth 3 ECTS will be awarded.


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The Summer School addresses High Potentials (undergraduates, graduates, doctoral/PhD students) and welcomes applicants from all across the globe.


Interested?
If you want to stay updated on our Summer School program, follow the official LinkedIn page of the LLM on Data Economy Law.
In case of any questions, reach out to our team under: ipmi@donau-uni.ac.at


Rafaela Prvulovic

„As a graduate of the Summer School on Data Economy Law 2022, I was able to gain in-depth insights into the LLM program "Data Economy Law" and became enthusiastic about the blended learning concept. With its broad range of topics in the field of data and economy, the LLM program does justice to the advancing age of digitalization and provides graduates with essential theoretical and practical knowledge on an internationally applicable spectrum in the field of data use in business through renowned international lecturers from business and academia.“

Mag.a Rafaela Prvulovic, LL.M.

Judge (Austria)

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