Workshops, both practical and theoretical.
Duodígito – Consulate of Ecuador in Seville
Universidad de Buenos Aires - Superior Court of the City of Buenos Aires
Pino – Elizalde
Universidad del Rosario
Dentons Cárdenas & Cárdenas
Colombia Compra Eficiente
Arbitration and Conciliation Center - Chamber of Commerce of Bogotá
Weener Plastics Group BV
Law degree from the University of Seville, Spain. Lawyer, collegiate in exercise by the Illustrious Lawyer College of Seville. Postgraduate in Internet Business Development from the Higher Institute for Internet Development (ISDI) and Universidad Loyola Andalucía. Founder of technology-based companies and investors in Spanish start-ups. Consul of Ecuador in Seville, usual lecturer and professor in Spanish academic institutions such as the Lawyer College of Seville, Business School, Institutes of Cajasol Studies, Extremadura Avante or Andalucía Emprende. Training lawyer, his specialty in the legal field is digital regulation in areas such as personal data protection and electronic commerce. As an expert in digital marketing, he advises law firms and professional firms regarding their digital transformation and legal marketing.
PhD. Co-Director of the Laboratory of Innovation and Artificial Intelligence of the Faculty of Law of the Universidas de Buenos Aires. Postdoctoral candidate at the University of 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and visiting professor at the same University. Deputy Attorney General in Contentious Administrative and Tax Matters before the Superior Court of the City of Buenos Aires. Author of 5 books. First Latin American author to publish the Annual Study of the French Council of State (year 2017). General Director of the implementation of the "Prometea experience" in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and in the Constitutional Court of Colombia. Coordinator of the agreement between the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB / INTAL) and the Laboratory of Innovation and Artificial Intelligence for the collaboration and academic, technical and research coordination on Artificial Intelligence in Latin America and the Caribbean. He has spoken at the United Nations (UN), at the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), at the French Council of State, at the Agency for the Protection of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, at the University of Oxford, between other universities and national and foreign institutions.
Marco graduated as a lawyer at the Universidad Católica de Guayaquil, with a mention in Public Law. He has a master's degree in Energy Law and obtained his PhD at the Universidad de La Coruña in Spain, on October 8, 2010. Admitted to practice in Ecuador since 2006. Founding Partner of the Firm Pino / Elizalde. He advises clients in matters of Public Law, mainly constitutional and administrative, and is in charge of the litigation area of the firm, also dealing with issues related to competition law. In recent years he has been involved in high profile litigation related to the construction industry, cement, television and the beer market.
Lawyer, Specialist in Business Management and candidate for a Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Universidad del Rosario. She is currently Head of Specializations and Extension of the School of Law of the Universidad del Rosario and professor of the course of Corporate Social Responsibility at the same University. She has extensive experience in strategic areas in the Higher Education sector, in which she has developed processes of internationalization and educational and pedagogical innovation of the programs in charge. Her areas of interest are: strategic management and innovation in the higher education sector, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship and digital transformation.
Dr. Sierra is a lawyer from the Universidad del Rosario, with a Master's degree in Public Law and Public Policy from the University of Paris 2, and has a PhD in Comparative Economic Law from the Sorbonne Law School (Université Paris 1 Panthéon -Sorbonne).
Dr. Sierra is a professor, researcher, director of the Specialization in Administrative Law and of the Public Law Group of the Universidad del Rosario. With experience in legal research, comparative economic law and law in new technologies. He has led the first artificial intelligence system in the Constitutional Court of Colombia (Prometea). He has been a researcher and public law professor at several universities in Germany, France and Colombia, such as SCIENCESPO Toulouse, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Universidad del Rosario and Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, and Max Planck à Heidelberg.
Lawyer of the Universidad del Rosario (Colombia); with postgraduate degrees in Financial Law and Contractual Law from Universidad del Rosario; Diploma in International Electronic Commerce from the Universidad Externado de Colombia; Diploma of Advanced Studies D.E.A. Master's Degree in Commercial Law from the Universidad Alfonso X of Spain; Doctor in Law from the European University of Madrid.
He was advisor to the Legal Vice Presidency of the Chamber of Commerce of Bogotá; He was general manager of the Chamber of Certification Digital CERTICAMARA S.A., and secretary for Colombia of the Subcommittee on Electronic Commerce of the International Chamber of Commerce of Paris.
He was general manager of Legis and director of the specialization in Law and Information Technologies of the Universidad del Rosario. He is currently a partner of Rincón Cárdenas & Moreno. He is the CEO of the Association of Financial Technology Companies COLOMBIA FINTECH.
Author of several publications among which are: Legal introduction to electronic commerce (Gustavo Ibáñez Legal Editions); Law of electronic commerce and Internet (Legis); and Electronic contracting and its application to electronic banking contracting (Universidad del Rosario). Lecturer with papers in different seminars and international congresses. Speak English and Spanish.
Lawyer from Universidad del Rosario, with a Master's degree in Law, Science and Technology from Stanford University (USA). Member of the Innovation and Transfer Hub of the Universidad del Rosario and the Internet, Electronic Commerce, Telecommunications and Information Studies Group of the Universidad de los Andes. Professor of Legal Tech at the Universidad del Rosario. He currently serves as Director of Legal, External and Corporate Affairs of Microsoft Colombia.
Juanita is a partner for the Intellectual Property and Technology team and for the firm's Cybersecurity and Privacy team. She has been recognized by the main international legal directories for her expertise in the area. She has more than 20 years of experience managing complex IP portfolios for multinational and local companies; she has advised clients with the drafting and negotiation of contracts, distribution agreements, sponsorship agreements, licenses, privacy, consumer protection and information technology.
Clients recognize her strong and in-depth knowledge of IP and IT, and her high quality standards. Clients appreciate her closeness, commitment and detailed analysis, which are evident in their legal work. Her training is complemented by permanent assistance to certified high level courses.
Julián Amaya is Senior Legal Manager and LA / FT Compliance Officer for Oracle in Bogotá, covering the territories of Colombia and Ecuador. Amaya is a lawyer graduated from the School of Law of the Universidad del Rosario (2004), as well as LL.M from the Law School of the University of Melbourne in Australia (2010-2011). He has acted as an In-House lawyer for different companies and industries, in areas such as corporate, commercial, contractual and compliance law.
Doctor in Jurisprudence of the Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Professor emeritus and honorary, director of the postgraduate in Financial Law, professor of Commercial Law, honorary and consiliate collegiate of the same University, professor in the specialization of Commercial Law in the Externado de Colombia and former professor in Fiduciary Administration at the Universidad de los Andes . He has been invited professor in Europe of the Universities Pantheon Assas-Paris II, of the Universities Pontificia Comillas and Carlos III of Madrid, as well as of the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law.
Founding partner of the lawyer's office "Rodríguez-Azuero Asociados".
He was manager of the Banking Association of Colombia, Vice President of Banco Colpatria and worked in Paris, under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance, with the banks Sudameris, National de Paris and the Bank of France.
Author of the books Banking Contracts, The Responsibility of the Trustee and Fiduciary Businesses - Its Significance in Latin America and, in addition, of multiple financial law essays, has participated as a guest lecturer in numerous international forums in Asunción, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Cancún, Caracas, Cartagena, Guatemala, Guayaquil, La Paz, Lausanne, Lima, Madrid, Mexico, Medellin, Montevideo, Panama, Paris, Punta Cana, Punta del Este, Quito, Rosario, Santiago de Chile, Santa Fe, San José, San Pedro Sula and San Salvador.
He was part of the Commission appointed by the National Government in 1982 to prepare a draft Financial Reform Law and was a senior member of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Colombia in 1984. He led the committee on the financial sector for President Gaviria's campaign.
He was president of the Colombo-French Chamber of Commerce. He was president of the Association of Trustees and Judge of the Constitutional Court. He is a member of the review commission of the Commercial Code and is a member of the list of arbitrators of the Chamber of Commerce of Bogotá, of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Colombia, of the International Commercial Arbitration Center of British Columbia, of the London Court of International Arbitration and of the G-3 Convention (Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela).
He is a Knight of the Legion of Honor of the French Government and a corresponding member of the Colombian Academy of Jurisprudence.
Yira López is a lawyer and PhD in Law from the Universidad del Rosario. Professor of academic career, coordinator of the JustTic Project and the Commercial Law Area of the School of Law of the Universidad del Rosario. Expert in consumer law and contract law.
Juan David Duque holds a PhD in Law from the Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio, a Master's Degree in Administrative Law from the Universidad del Rosario, an expert in Public Sector Contracts from the University of Deusto. He has served as general secretary of the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications -MinTIC-, general secretary of the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce, auxiliary magistrate of the Third Section of the State Council, undersecretary of District Planning of Bogotá and head of the Legal Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is currently the director of Colombia Compra Eficiente.
Professor of undergraduate, in the chair of State Contracting of the Universidad del Rosario in the School of Law and in the specialization of Administrative Law of the same entity.
CEO Adalid Corp. Expert lawyer in high technology, MBA, with specialization in New Technologies Law from the New York School of Law, specializing in administrative law and masters in Procedural Law. He is the only Colombian expert certified by the European Union in the handling of computer crime and digital evidence. Certificate in forensic tools and computer expert. He is currently the director of the line of Data Protection and ICT of the Universidad Sergio Arboleda. He has been a teacher at Universities such as La Sabana, Autónoma de Madrid, Externado, Los Andes, El Rosario and Universidad Libre at Bogotá and Cali. Specialties: Electronic commerce, technical and legal aspects of Blockchain, technical tests, information security, computer law and cybercrime, intellectual property and data protection.
Juan Fernando Pérez is Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (MACC), Universidad del Rosario, Colombia. Juan obtained his PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Antwerp, Belgium, in 2010. He has an undergraduate and master's degree in Industrial Engineering from Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, 2006. Juan was a postdoctoral researcher in performance analysis in Imperial College London, UK, Department of Computing, and in stochastic modeling at the University of Melbourne, Australia, School of Mathematics and Statistics. His interests are focused on the analysis of computer systems performance, especially in data-intensive software applications used to execute large-scale machine learning, computing in clusters and in the cloud, as well as in optical networks.
Currently Juan leads HINNT, the Hub for Innovation and Transfer, and the area of Data Science in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (MACC), Universidad del Rosario, Colombia.
Mathematics from the Universidad de los Andes, winner of a European Community scholarship in the Erasmus Mundus master's program: ALGANT in algebra, geometry and number theory at the University of Bordeaux I, France and the University of Padova, Italy. PhD in applied mathematics, in the area of post-quantum cryptography of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). She was a postdoctoral researcher at the GREYC laboratory of the University of Caen Normandy, France and the Mathematics Department of the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá. She is currently the director of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science MACC of the Universidad del Rosario.
Daniel Villarroel is a lawyer from the Universidad del Rosario, with a Master's Degree in Business Law from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain). He has been a professor of undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Law of the Universidad del Rosario, the Universidad de los Andes and the Universidad Nacional and has been a speaker at national and international forums and seminars on corporate law and new technologies law. He is arbitrator and secretary of the Arbitration and Conciliation Center of the Chamber of Commerce of Bogotá in the areas of civil and commercial law.
His professional practice, has more than 10 years of experience, he has worked in law firms (associate in Torres Fernández de Castro & Asociados as a leader in the practice of corporate law and in Brigard & Urrutia Abogados in the area of mergers and acquisitions) and as Coordinator of Regulation of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism- PTP-Bancóldex.
For more than four years, he has provided his professional services in the Blockchain and Fintech areas, teaching different courses in continuing education at the Universidad de los Andes and the Universidad Nacional on this matter, as a founding partner of Buda.com, Gorilla Firma, Blockchain Foundation, organizations dedicated to the provision of services in Blockchain; as a consultant and advisor to several computer companies and new technologies and is a member of Legal Block.
Natalia Fuentes Maldonado, attorney from the Universidad del Rosario and specialist in International Business Law from the Universidad de Los Andes. Currently Chief Legal Officer of Weener Plastics Group BV. In her work experience, she has worked as a lawyer in the financial sector, she has also been an associate lawyer of Cahn Speyer Paredes, and she worked in the public sector supporting the preparation and implementation of the peace agreement in the ICT sector and was an advisor to the Ministry of the Interior.
Within her experience, she has also had the opportunity to be invited as a lecturer in the Specialization in Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law of the Universidad del Rosario in the Law class of Peace Processes in Colombia, in the Chamber of Commerce and in WeWork with his presentation "Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in the Post-Conflict".
María Paula Ángel is a lawyer with Cum Laude and a political scientist from the Universidad de los Andes, with a master's degree in Administrative Law from Universidad del Rosario (June degree, 2019). She is professor of Postgraduate of this last university and currently she works as a researcher in the Transparency and Privacy area of the Law, Justice and Society Studies Center (Dejusticia). There she develops research, consultancies and strategic litigation regarding access to public information, corruption, the right to privacy and the right to habeas data in the digital era.
Her latest publications include: Open Government and Smart Cities: Towards a Public Management Model that Goes Beyond Current Governance Models (2018); and in co-authorship: Access to the archives of intelligence and counterintelligence within the framework of the post-agreement (2017), On corruption in Colombia: conceptual framework, diagnosis and policy proposals (2017), Victims and the press after the war. Tensions between intimacy, historical truth and freedom of expression (2018) and Accountability of Google and other businesses in Colombia: the protection of personal data in the digital age (2019).
Camilo is an associate in the areas of Corporate Law / Mergers & Acquisitions and Real Estate Law & Construction at CMS Rodríguez-Azuero Abogados. He is a lawyer from Universidad de los Andes with options in business management and entrepreneurship, specialist in Taxation from Universidad de los Andes, and has a Master's Degree in International Commercial Law (LL.M.) from University College London, where he researched the use of artificial intelligence in law and wrote his thesis on improving the liability of lawyers in the use of artificial intelligence. Since joining CMS Rodríguez-Azuero in 2014, he has helped the teams advise national and multinational clients on issues related to corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, commercial law and tax law.
Dates: July 11th to 13th, 2019.
Schedule: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Venue: Corferias (Carrera 37 No 24 – 67, Bogotá).
Intensity: 24 hours.
Type of offer: Workshop.
Credits: 2 UR credits (3.4 ECTS).
School: School of Law
Fees: $ 1,495,000 COP - USD $475 (aprox.)
Session 1: Introduction: Revolution 4.0
Topics: The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Emerging Technologies. Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Cryptography and Blockchain.
Speakers: - Valérie Gauthier
- Juan Fernando Pérez
Date: July 11th
Schedule: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Intensity: 2 hours
Session 2: Digital Transformation in Private Law Practice
Topics: The Implementation of Emerging Technologies in the Private Practice of Llaw: Smart Contracts, E-commerce, Fintech, etc.
Speaker: - Erick Rincón
Schedule: 10:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Intensity: 2 hours
Session 3: Data in the Digital Era
Topics: Big Data, Data Analysis and Cloud Storage. The Protection and Treatment of Data in the Digital Era.
Speakers: - Andrés Umaña
- Juanita Acosta
Schedule: 1:45 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Intensity: 4 hours
Session 4: Digital Transformation in Private Law Practice
Topics: Hiring in the Digital Era. Cryptocurrencies. "Consumer Protection: Problems and Perspectives in the Digital Era". Digital Evidence. Digital Transformation in Law Firms: Case
Speakers: - Julián Amaya
- Daniel Villarroel
- Yira López
- Andrés Guzmán
- Sergio Rodríguez Azuero
Date: July 12th
Schedule: 8:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Intensity: 5 hours
Session 5: Legal Entrepreneurship and Employment in the Future
Topics: Entrepreneurship and Legal Marketing in the Era of Digital Transformation. Professional Skills for the Jobs of the Future
Speaker: - Alejandro Salgado
- Jeniffer Garzón
Schedule: 2:45 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Intensity: 3 hours
Session 6: Digital Transformation in Public Law Practice
Topics: Digital Transformation of Justice and Ethical Considerations Surrounding AI: Sample Case. “Datafied” Public Administration. Smart Cities. Closing the Digital Gap in the Post Conflict Period. Electronic Public Contracting and its Implications.
Speakers: - Juan Corvalan
- María Paula Ángel
- Grenfieth Sierra
- Natalia Fuentes
- Juan David Duque
Date: July 13th
Schedule: 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Intensity: 5.5 hours
Session 7: Challenges for the Practice of Law in the Digital Era
Topics: Professional Responsibility in the Digital Era. Closing the Conference: Challenges for the Practice of Law in the Digital Era.
Speakers: - Camilo Caicedo
- Marco Elizalde
Schedule: 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Intensity: 2.5 hours
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