Coherence in EU internet law

Thursday, October 9, 2014 - 09:00 to Friday, October 10, 2014 - 16:30


About the conference

Internet regulation in the European Union has proceeded as
a set of fragmented efforts in discreet areas. Deep-reaching
and quick-paced changes in the digital society have forced
policymakers and the stakeholders to re-think their approach
to regulation.
Controversial modernization proposals are currently pending
in telecommunications, privacy and intellectual property
while marketing, consumer law and private international
law have already been subject to significant changes.
This conference aims to explore and discuss coherence
in these efforts and to investigate how traditional legal institutions
face change as a result of the intensive digitization
of the society. The conference marks the publication of
the Research Handbook on EU Internet Law (forthcoming,
Edward Elgar 2014).( see speakers down below)

• Policy and Governance
• Intellectual Property Law
• Jurisdiction and
• Internal Market and
Electronic Commerce
• Citizens and the Internet


Early bird (until 15 Aug.): DKK 1,500 (~€200)
Regular price: DKK 2,250 (~€300)
Limited number of student places (firstcome,
first-served basis): DKK 375 (~€50)


For more information, please contact Trine Buch(


Organised by

Law Department at Copenhagen Business School


9-10 October 2014


All day event


Copenhagen Business School, Denmark



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