This all day in person conference is presented in partnership with Freshfields and the Public Law Project.
Government are using data in ways they have not done before. This event looks at data use and the law, and will be relevant across areas including benefits, immigration, housing, discrimination, health, procurement, policing, or criminality and protest.
Who this event is for:
Lawyers, researchers and policy professionals concerned with the data use and misuse and Government decision-making.
As delegates you will:
- Learn how data is used and misused in automated decision-making
- Understand how to challenge data misuse
- Increase knowledge of how data and technology intersect with all areas of public law
- Think critically about how the data protection of the future will look like
For the full programme and to book, please click here.