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cal advances. By examining current real world case studies across diverse technological ﬁelds, this course will examine the various legal issues that relate to science and technology and how they affect and shape policy decisions. Topics will include : (a) how intellectual property law and open science policy affects innovation ; (b) how the market affects innovation through competition law and economic policy ; (c) how the law addresses and responds to problems created by technological advances in areas such as biomedical research, digital technology, and social media ; and (d) how competing legal and policy frameworks affect the development and dissemination of innovations. This will provide the foundation for discussions relating to the challenges and applicability of traditional legal concepts to 'new' technologies as a tool for shaping public policy. Required reading : Annette Kur and Thomas Dreier European Intellectual Property Law - Text, Cases and Materials Edward Elgar 2013 ; Jan Trzaskowski, Andrej Savin, Bjorn Lundqvist and Patrik Lindskoug Introduction to EU Internet Law Ex Tuto Publishing 2015.
Malik BOZZO-REY, Université Catholique de Lille, ‘Bentham's Conception of a Democratic State' Benjamin BOURCIER, Université Catholique de Lille, ‘Bentham On Migration' Anne BRUNON-ERNST, Université PanthéonAssas, ‘New Forms of Regulation in Perspective : Indirect Legislation, Biopolitics and Nudging' Course Description : This research seminar intends to examine what insights and perspectives can be drawn from the thought of Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) in order to understand several aspects of contemporary legal phenomena and open new and original perspectives for legal and political analysis, The major assumption is that what Bentham wrote about the nature and goals of legislation is relevant and illuminating and allows imagining new theoretical and practical perspectives. Several scholars will successively ponder over the following topics : Can there be a moral calculus ? From Law to Indirect Legislation : Norms and Actions in Bentham's Philosophy Law and literature, law as literature, law in literature Post-Modern Regulation : Non-legal Normativity in "From Bentham to Biopolitics and Nudges" Explaining the 'force' of the law : is epistemic panlegalism a safe political stance ? Conceptual transfers and circulation of legal ideas : a comparative study of Bentham's English and French Writings Required reading : Bentham J., An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, 1789, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1996, also available at http ://www.econlib.org/library/Bentham/ bnthPML.html.
LEGAL REGULATION IN POSTMODERN TIMES THROUGH A BENTHAMIAN LENS
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 12 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Benjamin BOURCIER (Docteur en philosophie), Malik BOZZO-REY (Enseignant Chercheur), Anne BRUNON-ERNST (Maître de conférences), Jean-Pierre CLERO (Professeur des Universités), Claire WROBEL (Maître de conférences). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Attendance Workload : Attendance and debate Pedagogical Method : Emmanuelle DE CHAMPS, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, ‘Utilitarianism in the History of Ideas' Jean-Pierre CLERO, Université de Rouen, ‘Bentham and Fictions' Claire WROBEL, Université Panthéon-Assas, ‘Bentham's Panopticon in Theory and in Fiction'
LEGISLATING ON INTELLIGENCE : GENESIS OF INTELLIGENCE ACT OF 24 JULY 2015
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Floran SOPRASTERIA).