TILT regularly organizes colloquia, symposia & conferences about the legal and social implications of various emerging technologies, ranging from IT and biotechnologies to neurotechnologies and robotics, in a variety of domains ranging from health care to justice.
These events are organized in order to deepen and broaden our networked community, share knowledge to generate synergies, and contribute to the development of the important field of law & technology.
TILT Events Calendar
13:00 - 14:30
TILT Seminar: Dr. Halefom Abraha (University of Oxford)
Regulating Cross-Border Data Access for Law Enforcement: Jurisdictional Games
10:00 - 14:15
TILT Workshop: a Dutch-German Hydrogen Valley – The Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia as a Pioneer Region for the European Hydrogen Economy
#TILT together with Institute for Energy Law at the University of Cologne will be hosting the second Dutch-German Forum on Comparative and European Energy Law (#FCEEL).
09:00 - 15:00
Workshop: Exploring clinical legal education on law and technology in The Netherlands
On the 3rd of November 2023, the Lab is organizing a one-day workshop around the topic of developing clinical education on law and technology at law schools in The Netherlands.
13:00 - 14:30
TILT Seminar: Dr. Saif Shahin (Tilburg School of Humanities & Digital Sciences, Tilburg University)
Social Movements and the Affordances of Social Media: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
16:00 - 18:00
Seminar: Homeland Insecurity - The Rise and Rise of Anti-Terrorism Law
November, 15, 2023
Tilburg University, the Netherlands
09:00 - 18:00
Winter School on “Experimental and Engaged Approaches to Legal Research”
The Lab will support a winter school which will be focused on how legal researchers can experiment with methods to (I) perform their research more effectively with different audiences, for example exploring art-based techniques; (II) communicate and disseminate their results more powerfully using engaged methods; (III) build synergies with civil society, artists and practitioners; (IV) reflect on their positionality as legal researchers and their role as storytellers, mediators etc.
Every two years TILTing perspectives brings together researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and civil society at the intersection of law and regulation, technology, and society to share insights, exchange ideas and formulate, discuss and suggest answers to contemporary challenges related to technological innovation.