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We are delighted to announce the launch of our new advanced studies program: the Certificate of Advances Studies (CAS) in Law and Artificial Intelligence. This initiative, proposed by the Faculty of Law of the University of Neuchâtel, will take place from October 2024 to May 2025. This unique program has been designed to effectively and responsibly integrate artificial intelligence into legal practices, while specializing in new disciplines of law created by AI regulation.

Target audience

-> Lawyers
-> Corporate lawyers
-> Other legal professionals

Why attend?

Participating in the CAS in Law and Artificial Intelligence offers several significant advantages:

Enhanced expertise: Gain a deep understanding of the intersections between AI and law, and learn to competently navigate this rapidly evolving field.

Practical and theoretical training: Benefit from interactive courses, case studies, and practical workshops taught by recognized experts from academia and industry.

International experience: Take advantage of the unique opportunity to attend selected courses at our partner university in Paris, thus enriching your educational experience with an international dimension. Additionally, some faculty members come from diverse institutions across Europe and the United States, providing a global perspective and varied insights into international legal issues related to AI.

Competitive advantage: Develop unique skills that will optimize your legal services, positioning you at the forefront of the modern legal profession.

Professional network: Expand your professional network by interacting with peers and domain experts, fostering opportunities for collaboration and innovation.

For more information on the program, specific modules and registration details, visit our website Don’t miss this unique opportunity to become a leader in the application of AI in law. Register now to take advantage of our early bird rate until June 17, 2024!

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