Digital Transformation of Decision-Making

A research initiative of the Amsterdam Law School


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DTDM Lunchtime Talks

The Digital Transformation of Decision-Making (DTDM) research initiative at the Amsterdam Law School are hosting a series of lunchtime talks. These talks are designed to provide a platform for colleagues at the Amsterdam Law School, and our broader network of scholars, lawyers, and civil society, to share and discuss research on the digital transformation, including research on digital platforms, data governance, automated decision-making, and artificial intelligence. Researchers and scholars will share and discuss their research with our research community, as well as connect with other researchers working in similar areas. Please get in touch if you would like to share and discuss your research at one of our DTDM Lunchtime Talks.

7 May 2021: Dr. Iris van Domselaar

On Friday, 7 May 2021, the Digital Transformation of Decision-Making (DTDM) research initiative at the Amsterdam Law School will host a lunchtime talk with our colleague Dr. Iris van Domselaar. Dr. van Domselaar is Associate Professor in legal ethics and legal philosophy, and founding co-director of the Amsterdam Centre on the Legal Professions and Access to Justice. Her research focuses on the question of how to account for ethics in legal practice, and she especially addresses this question in relation to the classic legal institutions, like the judiciary and advocacy and other institutions relevant for securing values of political morality and the rule of law. The DTDM meeting will begin with a short talk by Dr. van Domselaar on her research around legal ethics, and particularly digitalisation and the ethics of lawyering; and will then be opened up for questions and discussion.

7 May 2021, Friday
12:00 – 12:45 (CET) on Zoom.
If you would like to join, please RSVP to (Zoom link will be shared on Thursday, 6 May).