Talks on Artificial Intelligence and Justice by the Department of Law

Frederick University's Department of Law is holding a scientific event on "Artificial Intelligence and Justice: Challenges and Developments" on Wednesday, February 21, at Frederick University in Limassol. The event is recognized for CPE for lawyers.

The primary objective of this event is to shed light on distinct aspects of Artificial Intelligence in the field of Justice. We aim to explore the potential benefits and risks associated with its use while analyzing its impact on various areas of Law. Esteemed speakers from academic, judicial, and legal fields will participate, presenting their insights on relevant issues within the context of the expected adoption of the European Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (EU AI Act).

The event will begin with a welcome address by Mr. Demetris Skourides, Chief Scientist for Research and Innovation of the Republic of Cyprus. Subsequently, Professor Michael Komodromos, Vice-Rector of Development, Research and International Relations at Frederick University, Professor Eleni Hadjiconstantinou, Dean of the School of Business and Law, and Professor Christos Clerides, Head of the Department of Law, will also deliver welcome addresses.

Notably, this event is recognized as a certified program for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) for lawyers, in accordance with Regulation K.D.P 386/2017, offering 2 certified CP.


17:30-18:00 Welcoming Address
Demetris Skourides, Chief Scientist of the Republic of Cyprus for Research, Innovation, and Technology
Professor Christos Clerides, Head of the Department of Law, Frederick University
Professor Michael Komodromos, Vice-Rector of Development, Research and International Relations, Frederick University

18:00-18:15 Introductory speech
Artificial Intelligence: concept – content – practical examples
Dr. Nikleia Eteokleous, Associate Professor of Educational Technology in the Department of Educational Sciences, Frederick University

18:15-19:15 Artificial Intelligence in various areas of Law
President: Judge Rea Limnatitou, President of the Court of Appeal

18:15-18:30 Artificial Intelligence: Work and Law
Dr Dimitrios Debetzis, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Frederick University, Law and Artificial Intelligence Expert at the European Commission

18:30-18:45 Artificial Intelligence in Intellectual Property: the right of the creator
Dr. Philippe Jougleux, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, European University

18:45-19:00 Artificial Intelligence in Civil Litigation
George Christofidis, Attorney, Special Teaching Staff of the Department of Law and Doctoral Candidate at Frederick University

19:00-19:15 Discussion

19:15-19:30 Break

19:30-20:30 Specialized legal issues
President: Dr. Despina Kyprianou, Senior Attorney of the Republic, Head of the Legal Service Academy of the Republic of Cyprus, Visiting Lecturer at the Frederick University Law Department

19:30-19:45 Artificial Intelligence "from" and "in" Justice
Dr Lilian Mitrou, Professor at the University of the Aegean, Lawyer, President of the Institute for Privacy Law, Data Protection and Technology (IPL)

19:45-20:00 Artificial Intelligence in political life – Democracy
Dr. Konstantinos Kouroupis, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Frederick University, member of the Committee of Experts on Law and New Technologies (European Commission)

20:00-20:15 EU AI Act: The main aspects of the Legislation and the use of Technology in the legal profession
Christiana Aristidou, Lawyer, Founder of “The Hybrid Law Tech Firm”, Ambassador of European Legal Technology (ELTA) in Cyprus, Doctoral Candidate at Frederick University

20:15-20:30 Discussion

The event will take place on Wednesday, February 21 at 17:30 in Frederick University's Lecture Hall (3rd floor) in Limassol (Mariou Agathaggelou 18, Limassol 3080)
To register (by February 13), please follow the link here. You can find the invitation here.

The event will be conducted in the greek language. 

For more information: tel.: 22394478 (Melinda Michael)

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