Center for Legal Informatics (CREDI) is a research centre at the Department of Law, Aarhus University and is a central part of the department's teaching and research into digitalisation.

In a close dialogue with our advisory board, we create new knowledge of the legal aspects of digital society through our research into the interfaces between technology, digitalisation and law.

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2019.12.19 | People

AUFF starting grant of 2,200,000 kr. for Vincenzo Pietrogiovanni from Department of Law

The project: 'Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Labour Law' aims to evaluate the impact of new technologies on labour regulation (on both the individual employment contract and the collective relationships) and propose feasible solutions for a sustainable AI at work.

2019.08.06 | CREDI

Competition in innovation through merger control

Kalpana Tyagi published her book titled 'Promoting Competition in Innovation Through Merger Control in the ICT Sector: A Comparative and Interdisciplinary Study’ (2019 Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg). The book addresses the question of how competition authorities assess mergers in the Information Communication Technology…

2019.04.09 | CREDI

Top rating for article by Kalpana Tyagi

Kalpana Tyagi’s, Ph.D (summa cum laude) article Fixed/Mobile Integration in the Telecommunications Sector: Substantial Issues in EU Merger Control (URL: has been rated as one of the Top 5 articles for this year in the top peer-reviewed journal European Competition and Regulatory Law…


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