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6th Episode: Sovereignty and the Law of Surveillance


Beatriz Botero Arcila, Assistant Professor at Sciences Po Law School, introduces her thoughts on Sovereignty and the Law of Surveillance and discusses them with Andrea Leiter and Delphine Dogot.



Additional reading material:

  • Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework (2023). National Institute of Standards and Technology US Department of Commerce (AI RMF 1.0). DOI
  • Vallejo, R. (2021). The Private Administrative Law of Technical Standardization. Yearbook of European Law, 40, 172–229. DOI
  • Waeyenberge, A.V., & Amariles, D.R. (2017). James Elliott Construction: A New(ish) Approach to Judicial Review of Standardisation. European Law Review, 882-893. Researchgate


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Beatriz Botero Arcila

Beatriz Botero Arcila is an assistant professor of law at Sciences Po and an affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University. She holds an SJD and an LLM from Harvard Law School and is a lawyer from Universidad de los Andes, in Bogotá, Colombia.

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Andrea Leiter

Andrea Leiter is an Assistant Professor at the Amsterdam Center for International Law working on technology enabled governance. She also co-founded the Dutch non-profit organization Sovereign Nature Initiative, working at the intersection of ecology, technology and economics.

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Delphine Dogot

Delphine Dogot is Associate professor of Law at Université catholique de Lille, based on the Paris-Issy Campus, and research lead in Digital and Emerging Technology at C3RD, Research Centre on Law & Risk.  She is the founding Director of LeStudio, a collaborative and creative digital/law lab.

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