We invite you to meet with lecturers and students, get about our Faculty and take part in this year’s workshops:
9:00 – 10:00 Virtual platform and labour relations: The UBER case
Have you heard of UBER? Do you know other virtual platforms? The new digital business models pose great challenges to labour relations. Using the UBER case, we will examine the relationship between virtual platforms and the world of labour. If you are interested in the challenges faced by the work environment, we invite you to take part in this Law and Labour Relations workshop.
10:30 – 11:25 UNIQLO vs. ZARA: Exploring legal and economic aspects.
Two fashion giants will help us to examine various aspects that will help you to see the relationship between law, economy and business. You will find this workshop really practical if you are thinking of studying the BA in Law + Specialist Diploma in Economics, a highly demanded degree in the job market.
11:45 – 12:45 Facebook, Spotify, Netflix…What is the role of Law here?
Facebook has been sued for infringing its users’ data protection rights… How does Spotify distribute its earnings between record labels and song writers? Will Netflix add publicity to its business model? How is cybercrime criminally regulated? Just as we were beginning to understand and regulate digital technology, here comes the new Artificial Intelligence reality … Find out about the role played by Law in the digital era.
How can I take part?
You can take part in the three workshops, or just in the one that interests you most.
To sign in you just have to fill in the following forms:
– If you are a student:
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Once registered, you will receive an email to confirm your registration and the venue where it will be held.
- Previous registration is required to attend the workshops. Students must be accompanied by a teacher or an adviser from their school or provide proof of being authorised by your centre to take part in the activities.