Friday Fantasies

As we welcome a happier (and more importantly) a healthier new year, this Kat brings to you a handful of events and opportunities. 

Event 4iP 
Council Solution in Search of a Problem: Licensing Negotiation Groups in the Internet of Things 

The 4iP Counsel will be organizing the subject line webinar on 19 January 2022 4 p.m. CET. The webinar will be presented by Prof. Jonathan M. Barnett (Professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law and Director of the law school’s Media, Entertainment, and Technology Law Program), with an introduction by Dr. Justus A. Baron. 

More information can be found here.


University of Edinburgh
Chancellor’s Fellowship - Artificial Intelligence, Data and the Rule of Law

The Edinburgh Futures Institute and the Law School at the University of Edinburgh are offering a Chancellor’s Fellowship in Artificial Intelligence, Data and the Rule of Law.  The Chancellor’s Fellowship is a 5-year tenure track programme.  The successful candidate will pursue a research and teaching agenda addressing the interdisciplinary area linking together artificial intelligence, data and the rule of law, incorporating the legal, sociological, philosophical, ethical, cognitive and technical questions surrounding the use of computational data in areas implicating the rule of law and justice.

The deadline for application is 14 January 2022.  More information can be found here. 

University of Glasgow
Postdoctoral Researcher and Research & Teaching Assistant

The Law School and the UK Copyright & Creative Economy Centre (CREATe Centre) at the University of Glasgow are looking to recruit a Postgraduate Researcher in Platform Regulation with a focus on competition law and/or intellectual property and information law.  This new postdoctoral position has received funding from the College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow to extend the CREATe Centre’s existing work on platform regulation within the AHRC Creative Policy and Evidence agenda.

There is also an opening for a Research & Teaching Assistant.  At the date of appointment, candidates will be registered or accepted for a PhD in the School of Law.  This is a five-year appointment, with PhD completion expected within this period.

The deadline for applications is 17 January 2022.  More information can be found here. 

The Journal of Law, Market & Innovation (JLMI)
Call for Papers – The Growing Power of Transnational Digital Platforms: Rethinking Regulatory Strategy (Beyond Competition Law)

The JLMI has launched a call for papers to be published at the end of July 2022 devoted to the topic above.  The JLMI is an open access journal of the University of Turin that aims at fostering research with respect to the regulatory challenged posed by markets and innovation. 

The deadline for submission is 7 January 2022 (today!), so act fast.  More information can be found here.


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