Innovative Aspects For Practitioners

The development of moot courts based on an imaginary situation set in the near future (2030), involving technological developments that can reasonably be foreseen within this time frame (self-driving cars, robot-companions, etc.), enables the testing of current laws in this new context. The emergence of an enlightened debate about new technologies promotes pioneering thinking.

Professionals: lawyers and judges

The involvement of legal professionals in the University’s activities enhances the professionalisation of students during their university studies.

  • Transmission of their professional expertise in an instructive and motivating manner
  • Consolidation of expertise in new technologies and digital law
  • Communication of the meaning and depth of the law, discussion of difficulties and constraints in the profession
  • Benefits for the students’ training

Teachers / Research professors

Teachers are given opportunities to put their usual legal logic into perspective

  • Consistency between training and practical needs (domain and competency)
  • Transmission of the keys to understanding
  • Proximity to students: transmitting, supervising, interacting, discussing during the practice of law
  • Consolidation of expertise in new technologies and digital law
  • Strengthening of links with companies and networks of companies specialising in new technologies