BRUSSELS GLOBAL LAW WEEK

Date

20 Mai 2019 - 23 Mai 2019

Heure

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Centre Perelman de Philosophie du Droit
Bruxelles
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Du 20 au 23 mai 2019, se tiendra au Centre Perelman de Philosophie du Droit à Bruxelles la cinquième édition de “Brussels Global Law Week”. A cette occasion interviendra le Professeur Jean-Sylvestre Bergé.

Are you looking to deepen your knowledge on current issues of global law with expert academics ?
Do you wish to take part in the global law community ?
Do you want to express and discuss your opinion duringinteractive seminars.

Come and join the Perelman Centre and its partners for the fifth edition of the Brussels Global Law
Week from May 20 to 23, 2019.

Reuniting theory and practice, the Brussels Global Law Week is an annual forum open to academics,
researchers, students, NGOs, legal practitioners, regulators and decision-makers to discuss issues of law
& globalization. Each year, special attention will be drawn to both research in global and transnational legal
theory and practical issues in specific sectors.

 

Organising Committee

Benoît Frydman, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Gregory Lewkowicz, Université Libre de Bruxelles
David Restrepo Amari les, HEC Paris & Université Libre de Bruxelles
Arnaud Van Waeyenberge, HEC Paris & Université Libre de Bruxelles
Benoît Kanabus, Université Libre de Bruxelles

 

Programme

MONDAY MAY 20

14h-14h30. Welcome to participants

14h30-15h. Pedro Fortes, U. Federal do Rio de Janeiro
The Politics of Global Regulation

16h30-17h. Coffee break

17h-18hKarim Benyekhlef, U. Montréal
Global Law in the Global Technological Ecosystem

18h30. Cocktail

 

THUESDAY MAY 21

9h30-10h. Welcome to participants

10h-12hPoul Fritz Kjaer, Copenhagen Business School
Constitutionalism in the Global Realm

12h-14h. Lunch Break

14h-15h30. Jean-Sylvestre Bergé, U. Nice Sophia Antipolis
Dualist context and global legal pluralism : the key issue of the circulation

15:30-16h. Coffee Break

16h-17h30. Global law and Standpoint : Localizing Perspectives in Legal Theorization

Chair : David Restrepo Amari les, HEC Paris
Jean-Sylvestre Bergé, U. Nice- Sophia Antipolis
Pedro Fortes, U. Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Poul Fritz Kjaer, Copenhagen Business School

 

WESDNESDAY MAY 22

9h30-10h. Welcome to participants

10h-12h. Platform Workers
Chair : Benoit Frydman
Emmanuel le Mazuyer, U. Lyon
Jean-François Gerard, Freshfields

12h-14h. Roundtable Lunch – Global Lawyers
Chair : Gregory Lewkowicz

14h-15h30. Global Trade after the Brexit 
Chair : Arnaud Van Waeyenberge
Jeremy Ghez, HEC Paris
Frederik Poinjaert, ULB
Oana Stefan, King’s College London
Eric White, Herbert Smith Freehills

15h30-16h. Coffee Beak

16h-17h30. Who will be the new Global Commercial Judge
Chair : Alexandre Hublet

 

THURSDAY MAY 23
GLOBAL TECH LAW DAY

9h30-10h. Welcome to participants

10h-12h. Automating GDPR: Building AI-based solutions from Design to Development Design to Development
Chair : Gregory Lewkowicz
Vandrean Grcic, App Developer HEC-Baker Project
David Restrepo Amariles, Hec Paris

12h-13h. Lunch Breack

13h-14h. Does Blockchain disrupt Law ?
chair : David Restrepo Amariles, HEC Paris
Delphine Dogot, HEC Paris
Clément Lesaege, Kleros
Aurore Troussel, Inter EU, HEC Student

14h30-15h. Coffee Break

15h-16h30. Algorithmic Accountabilityin a Comparative Perspective
Chair: Gregory Lewkowicz
Pedro Fortes, U. Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Krishna P. Gummadi, Max-Planck-Institut
Represantative of IEEE Standards Association

 

REGISTRATION

 

Registration is mandatory. Places are limited, but open to all . Please register at
https://bglw2019.eventbrite.com

Registration fees are 300 Euros for the whole week,
80 Euros for students and academics, or 30 Euros per day.
Fees are non-refundable.

If you are a ULB student, you can apply for free
registration by sending your CV and a cover letter to
benoit.kanabus@ulb.ac.be

For further information, visit our website:
www.phi lodroit.be

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