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*** THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO ATTENDED REMEP 2021 ***

ReMeP 2021 - Research Meets Practice

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

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THANKS FOR ATTENDING!

ReMeP 2021

Thank you to all those of you who attended ReMeP 2021 and contributed to its success. We hope you had as much fun as we had!

The discussions were particularly lively thanks to a lot of interesting and thought-provoking questions from the audience. If you missed out on a session, no worries – the event was recorded and as always we will make available the recordings to you.

While the main event is over, there are a lot of individual workshops to look forward to in the coming weeks. Subscribe to our newsletter so you don’t miss out on any news about topics and timing!

Again, many thanks and see you at the next event!

Many Thanks to our Sponsors and Partners

Many thanks for your time and contributions!

WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT?

Topics of the
next ReMeP workshops

In the weeks to come there will be a number of individual workshops to look forward to. Topics include:
* Visual Conceptual Modeling for Law
* Intelligent Information retrieval for Legal Search
* AI in Practice – the Legal Challenge
*Proof of Crime in the Internet
*Legal Decision Support Systems
*AI Applied at Court

More about the mission

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. Hans-Georg Fill

Chair of Programme Committee

Hans-Georg Fill is full professor at the Department of Informatics of the University of Fribourg, Switzerland and head of the Research Group Digitalization and Information Systems. Further, he is co-president of the SIG Business Informatics of the Swiss Informatics Society (SI).

His research activities focus on the development of IT-based modelling methods and tools, distributed ledger technologies, visualization, and the alignment of conceptual modelling and semantic technologies. He is associate editor for the Business and Information Systems Engineering journal as well as supporting editor-in-chief of Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures – International Journal of Conceptual Modelling. In addition, he co-chaired several conferences and workshops and served on numerous program committees in business informatics and information systems engineering. He is an active member of SI, GI, OCG, AIS, VHB and ASIIN.

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