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International Laboratory for Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law

Publications
Book
Research Handbook in Data Science and Law

Berlee A., Busch C., Carlson A. et al.

Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018.

Article
Crowd Arbitration: Blockchain Dispute Resolution

Gudkov A.

Legal Issues in the Digital Age. 2020. Vol. 3. No. 3. P. 59-77.

Book chapter
eHealth regulatory challenges in Russia

Zhuravlev M.

In bk.: The futures of eHealth. Social, ethical and legal challenges. Berlin: Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, 2019. P. 143-150.

Working paper
CONTRACT LAW 2.0: «SMART» CONTRACTS AS THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF CLASSIC CONTRACT LAW

Savelyev A.

Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2016

Illustration for news: ‘The win made it clear that 4 years on the BSc programme had paid off’

‘The win made it clear that 4 years on the BSc programme had paid off’

ICEF graduate Anna Dumitskayaa was awarded the Gaidar Fund’s first prize in the competition for the best graduation qualification work in economics in 2020 with her paper Experimental Study of Positive and Negative Incentives on Embezzlement. The second and third prizes were awarded to students of RANEPA, MSU and HSE. In the interview Anna told us why she chose such an unusual topic, what the benefits of winning the competition are and how to conduct research online.

Conference in Berlin "The Futures of eHealth. Social, Legal and Ethical Challenges"

Mikhail Zhuravlev took part in the international conference on eHealth held in Berlin on 29-30 April 2019.

International Laboratory for IT & IP law announces the contest for participation in the VIII International Summer School on Cyber Law

We invite young researchers, professors, postgraduate students, graduate students to discuss the most topical legal issues of the Digital economy

Conference on legal and ethical aspects of artificial intelligence at the KU Leuven

AI Law and Ethics Conference was held at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium). The main theme was “Through the Looking Glass of AI Platforms: between global governance and techno-regulation?”

Illustration for news: Amsterdam hosted the third international conference on privacy protection – Amsterdam Privacy Conference (APC 2018)

Amsterdam hosted the third international conference on privacy protection – Amsterdam Privacy Conference (APC 2018)

Mikhail Zhuravlev, the junior researcher of the International Laboratory for Information Technology and Intellectual Property, took part in the conference. The key topics of this year were the issues of countering market dominance through monopolization of data ownership, discrimination through the use of artificial intelligence and Big Data processing technologies.

Illustration for news: HSE Maintains Position in Top-300 of QS Graduate Employability Rankings

HSE Maintains Position in Top-300 of QS Graduate Employability Rankings

The QS Graduate Employability Rankings has published a list of the Top-500 universities in the world in terms of graduate employability outcomes and prospects.

The VII International Summer School on Cyber Law is over

The VII International Summer School on Cyber Law, organized by the International Laboratory for IT and IP Law, has come to an end in Moscow

Dr. Irina Bogdanovskaya Awarded Status of Tenured Professor

On June 22, Irina Y. Bogdanovskaya, head of   International Laboratory for Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law, was awarded the status of Tenured Professor at a meeting of HSE Academic Council.

Current trends in the field of data protection: the approach of the European Union in the lectures of Nadezhda Purtova

On March 22 and 23, Nadezhda Purtova, a lecturer at the Tilburg University (Netherlands), delivered lectures for the students of Law Faculty. Nadezhda attended the International Laboratory for IT and IP Law during the Erasmus + program.

Students on the HSE’s Legal Informatics MA Programme Gain Double Degree Option

The Higher School of Economics has signed a cooperation agreement with the University of Nottingham (Great Britain). Now students on the HSE MA Programme in Legal Informatics will be able to receive an LLM (Master of Laws) degree as part of this double-degree programme.