› N° participants: 30
› Language: classes are conducted in English. Candidates should have a B2 level of English or equivalent.
› Location: lectures take place on the Bordeaux Pey-Berland campus (Legal and Judicial Centre) of the University of Bordeaux. IT practical sessions take place on the Talence campus, at the Bordeaux Computer Science Research Laboratory (LaBRI).
› Participant profile: the course is designed for graduate and doctoral students as well as post-doctoral fellows and researchers with an interest in law, computer science, social and human sciences.
› Applications: candidates must provide a CV and cover letter detailing their scientific interest in digital humanities applied to law. Preference will be given to candidates explaining the need they have to use digital humanities in the context of their research work.
› Deadline: April 11th, 2023.
› Participation fee:
› 150€ for students from the University of Bordeaux (including lunch, coffee breaks and social programme costs)
› 550€ for regular participants (including breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks, accommodation and social programme costs)