The renowned Claude Leon Foundation Chair in Constitutional Governance at the University of Cape Town, Professor Pierre De Vos delivers a compelling Master Session on algorithms and various ways social media and our online lives intersect with the law.
Join us for this exciting masterclass to learn more about the future of law in this interesting space and how you can ensure that you stay abreast of all technological legal developments ahead of your peers.
The session will be followed by a networking opportunity at the Rooftop Bar with canapés.
This forms part of a new series of Master Sessions and workshops focussing on the future of the law. It is not to be missed.
Pierre De Vos – Constitutional Law Expert
Professor Pierre De Vos is the current Claude Leon Foundation Chair in Constitutional Governance and Deputy Dean at the University of Cape Town, where he also lectures and teaches Constitutional Law.
Pierre has extensively studied the legal field having obtained a B Comm (Law), LLB and LLM (cum laude) from the University of Stellenbosch, an LLM from Columbia University in New York and an LLD from the University of Western Cape.
He is also the chairperson of the board of the Aids Legal Network and serves on the board of the Triangle Project.
Apart from his various academic publications, he posts his comments and opinions on social, political and constitutional matters on Constitutionally Speaking, a blog post that is extensively read and cited by legal professionals across the legal industry.