The School on Digital Constitutionalism aims to create a multi-stakeholder environment where scholars, practitioners, students and experts in the field of law, sociology, technology and economics can exchange views and opinions. The idea was conceived within the framework of the research group on "Algorithmic State, Market and Society", launched during the inaugural conference on "Constitutional Challenges in the Algorithmic Society", held at the University of Florence and the European University Institute in May 2019.
The 2023 edition will be hosted by the University of Florence, between 26 and 28 June, in partnership with Católica Global School of Law, the European University Institute, and Bocconi University.
Coordinated by Professors Oreste Pollicino, Giovanni Sartor, Andrea Simoncini, Hans-W. Micklitz, Amnon Reichman, Erik Longo and Giovanni De Gregorio, the three-day programme focuses on issues related to the algorithmic society, particularly on digital sovereignty and extraterritoriality of law, policy and technology.
Applications are open until 16 April 2023. Find out how to apply here.