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Interdisciplinary Centre for Law, Internet and Culture (iCLIC)

Current Research and Grants

Current Projects

Modern Technologies, Privacy Law and the Dead

http://www.thefutureofprivacylaw.wordpress.com

Leverhulme Grant   (Sept 2020 – August 2022)

This project problematizes the lack of privacy of the dead in light of recent innovations in information, communication and biomedical technologies and their capacity for widespread distribution and immortalisation of data relating to the dead.

Southampton PI: Dr Remigius Nwabueze

Southampton CO-I: Prof Uta Kohl

CO-I: Dr Edina, Aston University

CO-I: Prof Lilian Edward, University of Newcastle

 

NoBIAS – Artificial Intelligence without Bias

https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/860630

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) (Jan 2020 – Dec 2022)

The core objective of NoBIAS is to research and develop novel methods for AI-based decision making without bias. NoBIAS will deliver a cohort of 15 researchers trained to identify biased and discriminating AI-decision making and able to provide solutions that reconcile and fully exploit AI while ensuring compliance with legal and social norms.

PI: Prof S. Staab, ECS
CO-I: Dr Thanassis Tiropanis, ECS

Southampton  Co-I: Prof Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Dr Stephanie Law, LAW  

Plus international partners

 

Comparative Procedural Law and Justice 

​Funder: Max Planck Institute (Fonds national de la Recherche de Luxembourg)

This is project on comparative procedural law, which has a section on which I will be working concerning special subject matters, encompassing the digitalisation of dispute resolution (in the fields of IP, data protection, consumer law etc )

Co-I: Dr Stephanie Law

 

Open Society Foundation, Justice Initiative Abusive Lending Working Group 

https://abusivelending.org

This is an ongoing endeavour on consumer protection and abusive lending, particularly in the field of mortgage loans, and includes an online dispute resolution to process.

Co-I: Dr Stephanie Law

Publications

iCLIC academics produce books, edit academic journals and write journal articles covering all aspects of IT and intellectual property law.

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