AfteAfter the first edition at the Radboud University Faculty of Law, Nijmegen, the Lab for New Justice has been selected by professor Diana Wallis for leading the lectures on ODR (online dispute resolution) during the Alternative Dispute Resolution and Mediation: Theory and Practice course at the University of Hull, Department of Business, Law and Politics.
The course at Hull University will take place in the Second Semester 2019–2020 and the lectures will take place on the 10th of February and 2nd of March.
The course will host the Jur’s Lab For New Justice leaders, such as Luigi Cantisani, legal engineer, and Michele D’Asaro, R&D. Hull’s students will test the On-Line Dispute resolution system designed by the Swiss legal tech start-up Jur AG and it is likely that there will be an internship award following-on.
We are looking forwarding to welcoming members of the Jur team in Hull. I have been convinced since I first heard about their on-line work on smart contracts and dispute resolution that this is the way for legal development in the future.Diana Wallis, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Hull
“ It is exciting and a privilege for our students at Hull law School to play a part in the development of this cutting edge legal tech” – she concludes.
The future of ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution) is online. Platforms such as the Jur Beta Platform are the first fundamental steps to create a new, transparent and more affordable way to obtain commercial justice. Thanks to academic pioneers like Professor Diana Wallis, former vice-president of the European Parliament, currently a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Hull and a member of Jur’s Scientific Committee, it is now possible for students to have a hands-on experience of the future of the legal world and make it real.
We are thrilled to have this opportunity to bring the Lab for New Justice to England and to the University of Hull.Raffaele Battaglini, CLO of Jur
“Jur strongly believes that educating young law students about cutting-edge technologies which will change legal services forever is crucial for the future of the legal profession” – he remarks.
The Lab For New Justice is the initiative held by Jur to research over the dispute resolution methods and carry out testing on the Jur Beta Platform. Jur is currently releasing the second edition, after the first was carried at Radboud University, Nijmegen, under the supervision of Profs. Andre Janssen and Pietro Ortolani.
The University of Hull, founded in 1927, is a public research university located in Hull, United Kingdom. The Law courses are part of the School of Business, Law and Politics.
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