Frankfurt Talks on Information Law

Frankfurt Talks on Information Law

The Frankfurt Talks on Information Law are directed at science, economy and practice. They provide a forum for the exchange on current issues as well as fundamental issues from all areas of Public Information Law.

Topics cover special aspects of Information Law such as Data Protection Law, Consumer Information Law, Telecommunication Law or Media Law. Also, they provide a forum for Legal Theory issues such as the legal development of an information order, rationality or behavioral research. The Talks are oriented at an intra- and interdisciplinary open audience, so that lawyers as well as representatives from other backgrounds such as political science, computer science, economics or engineering may be part of an open, intensive and interdisciplinary discourse.