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About the Department of Law

The Law Department provides a dynamic environment for researchers from over 35 countries, focusing on Transnational Law, including Public International Law, European Law, and Comparative Law. It employs diverse methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches, with many researchers engaging in theoretical work.

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Deterring AI from committing crimes, an interview with Elina Nerantzi

If AI commits a crime, who is to blame? Perhaps no one. However, AI can be deterred by internalising criminal sanctions as costs. In an interview, EUI Law Researcher Elina Nerantzi discusses her paper ‘Hard AI Crime: The Deterrence Turn’, which shifts the AI crime discussion from blame to deterrence.

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Law theses of the month: Agata Poznańska

In the 'Theses of the Month' series, the EUI Law Department presents the remarkable work of its researchers and their impactful contributions to the field of law. This month, the Department features Agata Poznańska who defended her thesis on 22 May under the supervision of Professor Martijn Hesselink.

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Presidents' Panel: A celebration of Bruno De Witte

The EUI PhD programme in Law

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