Admission Price: Free to attend. Please book a place.
Speakers: François Delerue, Research Fellow in cyberdefense and international law at the Institute for Strategic Research (Insitut de Recherche Stratégique de l’École Militaire– IRSEM) Paris ‘How International law applies to Cyberspace’ (forthcoming with Cambridge University Press), Russell Buchan, Lecturer in International Law, University of Sheffield, Elaine Fahey, City Law School, Robin Sellers, Barrister, Senior Lecturer and External CPD Consultant, City Law School
Series: Whose Global Law? Comparative, Regional and Methodological Lenses
This seminar considers the global dimension to cyber law-making and how we should understand the emerging convergences and fragmentations between systems and practices emerging. The relationship between cybercrime and cybersecurity still constitutes a significant conceptual and practical obstacle between systems. This panel considers comparative legal approaches to cyber law-making and the stumbling blocks as to global regulatory efforts. The panel reflects upon proposals for a London Cyber Court and efforts to locate the infrastructure for a global court within the parameters of law-making systems. European, US, Russian and Chinese approaches to cyber law-making as much as international law are considered and contrasted. Can global regulatory convergence occur before or after its institutionalisation?
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6.00pm - 7.30pmTuesday 16th July 2019