VQ lectures at Stockholm University Master Programme – 5 March 2013

2013-04-03T00:00:00

VQ's Helena Hallgarn has once again been nominated as one of the lecturers at the Stockholm University Master of Laws and Information Technology Programme. VQ will participate in the Future Development-block with the topic “Future of Legal Services”.

At Stockholm University the Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute, IRI, was established in 1968 making it one of the oldest institutes in the field in the world. The Institute comprises internationally renowned scholars in the fields of law and information technology as well as legal informatics. The International Master Programme in Law and Information Technology affords law graduates the possibility of developing their proficiency in the combined fields of law and information communication technology. The aim of the courses included in the programme is to enable the master students to develop the skills necessary for their future work as legal practitioners or researchers in the chosen field. A number of practioners from law firms and governmental authorities are guest lecturers in the programme, like for example Virtual Intelligence VQ. This provides an invaluable compliment to the theoretical background students are exposed to and also give the students an insight into up-to-date issues.

Helena Hallgarn, Virtual Intelligence VQ, will participate as lecturer in Master Course C Future Developments and Legal Informatics in Practice with the topic "Future of Legal Services".

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