Digital Law SIG

Digital Law SIG

The Digital Law SIG, currently chaired by Alberto De Franceschi and Christoph Busch, brings together experts from Europe and beyond, analysing the impact of digital technology on the law.

The SIG was established in mid-2015. The following sub groups were created: 

The Digital Law SIG welcomes Members from all legal fields. ELI Members with constitutional and criminal law backgrounds are encouraged to join the SIG. Please contact the sub-group coordinator, via the ELI Secretariat, to be a part of this award winning SIG.

For the list of SIG's Chairs and Members, please click here.

Events

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15.04.2021
 

ELI Digital Law SIG Book Talk

The ELI Digital Law SIG organises a 'Book Talk' on 15 April 2021 at 17:00 - 18:30 (CET).

17.12.2020
 

On 17 December 2020, the ELI Digital Law SIG hosted a debate on ‘The ELI Model Rules on Online Platforms and the Digital Services Act: Which Rules for the Platform Economy?’. This debate, which was...

17.12.2020
 

ELI Model Rules on Online Platforms and the Digital Services Act: Which Rules for the Platform Economy?

On 15 December 2020, the European Commission will unveil its highly anticipated Digital Services Act Package. As part of the European Digital Strategy, the new rules are intended to modernise the...

09.09.2020
 

The ELI ‘SIG of the Year’ Award for 2020 has been awarded to the Digital Law Special Interest Group (SIG).

11.06.2020
 

The ELI Digital Law SIG continued its Digital Lunch Talk series with two further talks providing new insights on how the COVID-19 crisis impacts corporate law and the current debate about platform...

29.04.2020
 

On 29 April 2020 the ELI Digital Law SIG launched its new Digital Lunch Talk series. In the first lunch meeting held via Zoom, SIG Chairs Christoph Busch and Alberto De Franceschi welcomed Professor...

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