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SCOTLIN Conference

Each year SCOTLIN will organise a paper-based conference for fostering the debate and knowledge exchange on law and innovation

The annual SCOTLIN conference is structured a a 2-day forum for discussion. Each partner organisation and individual members will be encouraged to present their works, which can have an academic, educational, and practical relevance. Contributions might consist of draft papers or accepted papers.

The diversity in the participants will be ensured by means of Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion bursaries to incentivise participation of colleagues from underrepresented groups. Participants from each institution should be balanced in terms of gender and stage of career.​

Our 1st annual conference was held on 21st-22nd April 2022 at Stirling Highland Hotel, on the theme:

 "Sustainable Innovation, Law, and Policy in a Post-COVID World"

We are delighted to share some presentations of our speakers. They can be watched on our YouTube channel. 

Law and Innovation in Scotland: Working with and outwith academia

 

Nothing Compares 2 EU

  • Oles Andriychuk (Strathclyde), Sustainability and Competition Law: Reconciling the Irreconcilable?

  • Arletta Gorecka (Strathclyde/Stirling) EU Competition Law and Privacy: the new theory or the old problem?

 

Every Step You Take I’ll Be Watching You

  • Daria Onitiu (Edinburgh), Defining the Levels of Trust Informing Data Protection during the Covid-19 Crisis

  • Benjamin Clubbs Coldron (Stirling), Smart Regulation for the Internet of Things: the Vulnerable Consumer

 

Data: I’m Not Your Property as from Today

  • William Webster (Stirling), Is all data the same? The ramifications of big data practices in public services

  • Guido Noto La Diega (Stirling) and Estelle Derclaye (Nottingham), Data Sustainability. How Do We Open Up Data in the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

 

Disruptions - "Don't Go Breaking My [insert paradigm]"

  • Angela Daly (Dundee), Law, disruption and technology

  • Thorsten Lauterbach (Robert Gordon), “What a good place to be!” - social health and teaching during the pandemic

 

Lang May Yer Lum Reek

  • Mo Egan (Stirling), Future-proofing Justice Through Automatic Online Convictions

  • Burkhard Schafer (Edinburgh), Callum Nash (Northumbria), Wendy Moncur (Strathclyde), Jo Briggs (Northumbria), Emma Nichol (Strathclyde), Leif Azzopardi (ACM), Lethal in small doses: environmental metaphors for privacy protection in the infosphere

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Our next conference is going to take place at the University of Aberdeen in March 2023.