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ReMeP 2021 - Research Meets Practice

Hybrid Legal Informatics Conference
Sunday, 5 September to Tuesday, 7 September 2021


ReMeP 2021

We are thrilled to announce the dates for ReMeP 2021: Sunday, 5 September to Tuesday, 7 September 2021.

This year’s ReMeP will focus on computational law and legal knowledge graphs and feature many interesting workshop, keynotes and panel discussions. We have secured a number of top-notch speakers – so there is much to look forward to.

As a so-called hybrid event, ReMeP 2021 will combine the best of both an in-person conference and a virtual platform.

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The conference brings together
research and practice

ReMeP is built upon a new concept: connect researchers who wish to present their projects with practitioners and businesses looking for legal informatics solutions. There is ample time to explore a number of interesting and promising research projects in depth, to give feedback and to lay the groundwork for future cooperations. 

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Conference Chair and Programme Committee

Stefan Eder

Conference Chair

Stefan Eder has an education and practical experience in both law and informatics. Stefan has a long career as a partner in a large international firm and is a founding partner of Benn-Ibler.

In recent years he focuses more on his legal informatics interests. He is teaching legal informatics as well as working on new applications, advising on cyber security issues and helping to develop strategies for and support the implementation of legal digitalisation projects.

Prof. Erich Schweighofer

Chair of Programme Committee

Erich Schweighofer is Professor of Legal Informatics, International Law and European Law and head of the Centre for Computers and Law at the University of Vienna. He leads the Centre for Computers and Law – one of the top – 10 research groups in Legal Informatics worldwide.

Erich Schweighofer is an international expert in legal informatics and internet governance. He has been involved in many research projects, above all, text analysis, data protection, surveillance technologies and IT security.
He is also one of the main organiser of IRIS – a Legal Informatics symposium – and is also active at OCG, GI, CEPIS, IAAIL, FALM and ICANN, where he is now a member of the EURALO board and theCCWG Accountability.

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