LexConverge is a consortium of leading academic research institutes and law firms from which is interested in inter-disciplinary work on legal aspects of emerging and converging technologies. With a presence in virtually every EU member state as well as a growing number of places in Africa, Australia and North America, it seeks to facilitate the formation of multi-disciplinary teams to undertake both consultancy work and research projects.
What does LexConverge do?
Its primary raison d’etre is to bring researchers and practitioners together for collaborative work and also to submit bids for research projects to funding bodies such as the European Commission, ESRC, AHRC. It additionally serves as a forum for discussion and means of increasing collaboration in various activities relating to inter-disciplinary work in law and technology issues.
Who is LexConverge?
LexConverge is growing every week. While we try to keep our web-page up-dated, the latest additions to the club may possibly not yet appear on the published membership list (and for spam and other reasons, not all members like to have their contact details published). Some of the consortium members which have accepted to have their details published are:
- Team from the Danish Forum for IT-Law, including Peter Blume and Henrik Udsen (University of Copenhagen), Kim Frost, Søren Sandfeld Jakobsen and Jan Trzaskowski (Copenhagen Business School), Rene Franz Henschel (Aarhus Business School), and Susanne Karstoft (Aarhus University).
- Ants Nomper from RoschierRaidla, (Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania)
France & Franco-German
- Bruno Romano from the Information Law & Legal Informatics section of the Faculty of Law at the La Sapienza University in Rome
- Dario V Forte, IRitaly Project, University of Milano At Crema
- Sergejs Trofimovs, Associate, SORAINEN, The Pan-Baltic M&A and Business Law Firm
- Noellie Brockdorff, Joe Cannataci, Saviour Chircop and Albert Caruana from the Faculty of Media & Knowledge Sciences at the University of Malta
- Peter Kleve, Richard de Mulder and Kees van Noortwijk at the Centre for IT Law at Erasmus University Rotterdam
- Aernout Schmidt and Larens Mommers from the IT Law Research Centre at the University of Leiden
- Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici from the Department of European Law at the University of Groningen.
- Jon Bing and Dag Wiese Schartum from the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo
- Manuel Lopes Rocha of Partner of Lisbon based law firm PLMJ
- Manuel David Masseno and the team at UbiNET - Laboratory of Ubiquitous Computing and Networks
- Polona Picman-Stefancic from REI
- Abdul Paliwala from the Warwick School of Law as well as the UK Centre for Legal Education and the Centre for Globalisation and Regionalisation all based at the University of Warwick
- Philip Leith from the School of Law at Queen's University in Belfast
Interested? Contact us
LexConverge activities are currently co-ordinated from the Department of Information Policy & Governance at the University of Malta. Contact Joe Cannataci by email or by telephone on +356 99426133 or +44 07920842745.