A partnership agreement has been signed between the European University of Rome and the Bar Association of Rome for training professionals who, equipped with a solid juridical, ethical and IT knowledge background, will be able to support companies and institutions during the digital transition.
The agreement was signed by the Rector of the European University of Rome, Prof. P. Amador Barrajon Munoz L.C. and the President of the Bar Association of Rome, Avv. Antonio Galletti.
Thanks to the partnership, lawyers and trainees will benefit from a 20% reduction on the registration fee of the Master degree on “Artificial Intelligence: law and ethics of emerging technologies” of the European University of Rome, which will start in January 2020.
Furthermore, it will be possible to benefit from a full-coverage scholarship that will allow to a member of the Bar Association to attend the Master free of charge.
It is ongoing the recognition of professional training credits.
The Master, coordinated by the InnoLawLab, is organized with the contribution of the International Third Pillar Foundation and with the collaboration of the De Gasperi Foundation of Rome.