The Cyberjustice Laboratory Summer School 2014
The first edition of the Cyberjustice Laboratory Summer School 2014 was a success! Held From June 8th through the 10th 2014, it was attended by close to 50 participants from academic and judicial circles. We are happy to make a positive assessment of the development of this first edition.
First, we wish to highlight the quality of exchanges between the participants and their active participation. Their high degree of involvement enabled the Summer School to become a dynamic and interactive space promoting not only learning, but also sharing of knowledge.
During one week of intensive courses, the participants met more than 15 international speakers from various disciplines and organizations. The situation of emerging countries and the psychological analysis of the limits to the implementation of digitization are examples of issues that have been addressed by our speakers.
As you all know, the improvement of the administration and access to justice are at the heart of our work on cyberjustice and it was an honor to share these with our speakers and participants.
We’re hoping to see you next year for our second edition!
This content has been updated on 04/30/2015 at 23 h 24 min.