Research at the Institute for Legal Informatics

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Research in the field of IT law and intellectual property law

The Institute for Legal Informatics deals with the legal questions raised by the rapid technological development of information and communication technology in its entire breadth and depth. The main areas of research are data protection law, intellectual property law, electronic commerce law, international law, internet regulation, alternative development and distribution models, legal informatics and methodological issues.

 

Research in the field of IT law and intellectual property law

The Institute for Legal Informatics deals with the legal questions raised by the rapid technological development of information and communication technology in its entire breadth and depth. The main areas of research are data protection law, intellectual property law, electronic commerce law, international law, internet regulation, alternative development and distribution models, legal informatics and methodological issues.

 

Research at the Institute for Legal Informatics is internationally oriented and integrated into a network of European and international research cooperation. Special importance is also attached to interdisciplinary research in cooperation with academics and scientists from the fields of computer science and engineering, natural sciences and medicine, and social sciences. The Institute's research mission statement combines practice-oriented research projects with basic research-oriented publications of national and international specialist publishing houses.


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