An article on the research published in 'Humanities and Social Sciences Communications' – one of Nature’s prestigious publications – explores the legal issues surrounding automated vehicles.
Dr Vanni joined the School in November 2020 as a Lecturer in Law. Her areas of expertise include international economic law, intellectual property law, law and development and global governance.
Dr Subhajit Basu, Associate Professor in Information Technology Law, writes opinion piece on Twitter regulation for the Risk Group blog.
Professor Rita de la Feria comments on recent ruling on the employment status of Uber drivers, and what it can mean for tax systems
The Supreme Court ruled that Uber drivers should be classed as workers, not independent third-party contractors and are therefore entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay.
Dr Konstantinos Stylianou appointed special scientific advisor to the Hellenic Competition Commission
The Hellenic Competition Commission is the authority responsible for the enforcement of competition law.