The IT-LawCamp returns to its roots and, after two purely digital events, becomes a real barcamp again. We will meet on site in Frankfurt a.M. and come together to talk directly, creatively and openly about current topics in IT law. Will AI replace lawyers? How much EU regulatory law can we still stand? What do topics like e-Evidence and e-Privacy mean for civil rights? These are just some of the topics we would like to discuss with you.
“Barcamp” always means creativity, open exchange and space for spontaneous ideas. This year we therefore want to leave more room for spontaneous developments again: The programme will only be finalised at the beginning of the day in a morning kick-off meeting with all participants.
Each LawCamper will have the opportunity to offer their own lecture or workshop. This can be planned and agreed upon in advance, but can also take place spontaneously on site. The audience votes on the topics that are of interest and we then allocate appropriate rooms and time slots.
The form of the contributions is free: lectures, discussion rounds, fishbowls or workshops are possible – the choice is yours (and the participants’).