Seminar

23 June 2017: Seminar on the new legislation and jurisprudence regarding digital criminal investigation

23 June 2017: Seminar on the new legislation and jurisprudence regarding digital criminal investigation

23 June 2017: Seminar on the new legislation and jurisprudence regarding digital criminal investigation

16.06.2017 BE law

On Friday 23 June 2017, Laurens Dauwe and Charlotte Conings will speak at a lunch seminar organized by Lexdura.

As the digitalization of the legal world is gaining ground, Laurens and Charlotte will speak about the new legislation and jurisprudence regarding digital criminal investigation and specific implications for the telecom and IT sectors.

Date and time: Friday 23 June 2017 from 12.00h to 14.00h

Where: Hotel Nazareth – Van der Valk, Nazareth

If you would like to subscribe to this event, you can do so here until 22 June. The link will also provide more information about the seminar.

Please note that the seminar will be held in Dutch.

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