8.00 - Registration and welcome coffee

 

9.00 - Opening of the conference

Presentation : Ioannis PANOUSSIS, Dean of the Faculty of Law of the Université catholique de Lille

  • José de FREITAS, CCBE First Vice-President
  • Pierre GIORGINI, President-Rector of Université catholique de Lille
  • Xavier BERTRAND, President of Conseil régional des Hauts-de-France
  • Jérôme GAVAUDAN, President of Conférence des bâtonniers
  • Christiane FERAL-SCHUHL, President of Conseil national des barreaux

 

9.25 - Trends and Developments in Legal Artificial Intelligence

  • Martin SLIJKHUIS, Director Industry Solutions of Microsoft 

 

9.30 - The impact of artificial intelligence on justice and the role of lawyers

Introduction to the workshops by the experts.

The conference aims to be highly interactive.

Participants will have the right and privilege to give their input and share their views and concerns within the eight workshops. The objective is to increase the democratic participation of lawyers, bar leaders and academics in the discussions on these important themes.

The experts will explain the themes of the different workshops, the developments within these areas, the main challenges and concerns, the crucial questions to be addressed in the workshops and what is expected from the debates.

The experts are invited to join some of the workshops to inform the discussions.

EN table ronde

Moderator: Stéphane DHONTE, President of the Lille Bar Association 

Speakers:

  • Giuseppe CONTISSA, Professor in Legal Informatics at LUISS University in Rome

  • Florence G'SELL, Professor at the Université de Lorraine

  • Christian LEMKE, Vice-Chair of the CCBE Future of the Legal Profession and Legal Services Committee, President of the Hamburg Bar, Bar Certified Specialist Lawyer for Industrial Property Law and for Information 

  • Yannick MENECEUR, Special Advisor, CEPEJ (European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice of the Council of Europe), Policy advisor on digital transformation and artificial intelligence

  • Ioannis PANOUSSIS, Dean of the Faculty of Law of the Université catholique de Lille

  • David REICHEL, Member of the Statistics and Survey sector in the Freedoms and Justice Department of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

 

10.30 - Coffee break

 

10.45 - 16 workshops (8 in English and 8 in French)

 

EN qualit EN ateliers EN formation
EN justice prdictive EN blockchain
EN services EN legal design
EN AtJ EN deonto

Click on the workshop that you would like to learn more about

 

12.30 - Lunch break

 

14.00 - Reopening

Moderator: TBC

Speakers: 

  • Věra JOUROVÁ, Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, European Commission
  • Gregory LEWKOWICZ, Professor at the Université libre de Bruxelles and the global law programme director of the Perelman Centre of the Faculty of Law
  • Jeff BULLWINKEL, Associate General Counsel and Director of Corporate, External & Legal Affairs, Microsoft Europe
  • Paul NEMITZ, Principal Adviser "Strategies for cross-cutting justice policies or legal actions", European Commission

 

15.15 - Presentation of the CCBE-AIJA questionnaire 

Speaker: 

  • Xavier COSTA, President of AIJA

 

15.30 - Feedback from the workshops 

Moderators:

  • Thierry WICKERS, Head of the French Delegation to CCBE and Chair of the CCBE Future of the Legal Profession and Legal Services Committee, Member of the Bordeaux Bar
  • Christian LEMKE, Vice-Chair of the CCBE Future of the Legal Profession and Legal Services Committee, President of the Hamburg Bar, Bar Certified Specialist Lawyer for Industrial Property Law and for Information

Speakers:

  • "What training in the 21st century?", Bénédicte BURY, Member of the CCBE Training Committee, Vice-Chair of the ACE (Avocats conseils d'entreprises),  Lawyer at the Paris Bar
  • "Blockchain, smart contracts", Florence G'SELL, Professor at the Université de Lorraine
  • "Legal Design", by Eleonore ZALHLEN, Co-Chair of the Commission on advanced technologies of the ACE (Avocats conseils d'entreprises), Lawyer at the Paris Bar
  • "Platforms, ethics and deontology", Bertrand DEBOSQUE, Vice-Chair of the CCBE Deontology and Towards a model Code of Conduct Committees, Former President of the Lille Bar Association, Member of the Paris and Lille Bars
  • "The quality and security of open data", Stéphane DHONTE, President of the Lille Bar Association
  • "Predictive justice and algorithms", Péter HOMOKI, Hungarian lawyer specialising in IT and telecommunication matters
  • "The supply of legal services in the digital age", Louis DEGOS, Director of the "Revue Pratique de la Prospective et de l'innovation" of LexisNexis, Lawyer at the Paris Bar
  • "Towards digital justice", Panagiotis PERAKIS, Chair of the CCBE Access to Justice Committee

16.45 - Conclusion

Speakers:

  • Thierry WICKERS, Head of the French Delegation to CCBE and Chair of the CCBE Future of the Legal Profession and Legal Services Committee, Member of the Bordeaux Bar
  • Christian LEMKE, Vice-Chair of the CCBE Future of the Legal Profession and Legal Services Committee, President of the Hamburg Bar, Bar Certified Specialist Lawyer for Industrial Property Law and for Information

 

17.00 - End