Brazilian, French, Belgian, Peruvian and Argentine speakers and mediators, attended the panels.
In addition to the lectures, the event organised work groups in which researchers in law had the opportunity to present their research and receive feedback from professors, to improve their papers. There were more than 250 research studies and more than 300 researchers, engaged in topics such as public administration, environment and technology; forms of conflict resolution and preventive law; criminal law and cybercrime; and civil liability and technology.
“SKEMA has a unique initiative to give the opportunity to experience the world, digitisation and innovation. Today, law is also involved in this. Over three days participants spoke about law and ethics, philosophy, technology, sharing knowledge from various fields.” explained the campus dean, Geneviève Poulingue.
Want to know more about SKEMA Brazil's law projects? Send an email to the coordinator, Prof. Edgar Jacobs (email@example.com