UCLy SUMMER SCHOOL | Law and Emerging Technology | June-July 2022

Summer 2022

The UCLy Faculty of Law will be hosting next June and July 2022 at its two campuses (Annecy & Lyon) a Summer School on the theme of:
« Crossed Views on Emerging Technology-Related Legal Issues and Solutions ».

The Summer School’s three-week program will be delivered at both the UCLy Lyon Campus (weeks 1 & 3) and the Annecy Campus (week 2). Sessions will be held from Monday to Thursday in the morning (9.00-12.00) and the afternoon (2.30-5.30)

Week #1 (Lyon Campus): 20/6, 21/6, 22/6, 23/6

Week #2 (Annecy Campus): 27/6, 28/6, 29/6, 30/06

Week #3 (Lyon Campus): 04/07, 05/07, 06/07, 07/07


Law students and law practioners will have the opportunity to have privilegious classes, in english, on the legal frameworks of emerging technology and all the related legal issues and solutions based on them.

Blockchain, IA, regulation new technologies, Intellectual Property, digital dispute resolution, cybersecurity, technology, international law and other topics will be discussed.
Professionnals, professors and specialists will hold the classes during these 3 weeks.

Check the courses and speakers

Download the Summer School presentation


The Summer School is open to every law students or legal practitioners.
Interested candidates must apply by :

- filling USJ's outgoing mobility form (page 1) and sending it to sri.mobilite@usj.edu.lb

- by sending the following documents to summerlaw@univ-catholyon.fr:

  • CV
  • Cover letter
  • Diplôma or professionnal attestation


End of application : Friday, 20th May 2022

Admission informations


Fees for the 3 weeks of Summer School: 2500 € (including 100 € of application fees non-refundable).

For partners universities Students: a special discount of 25% will be applied.


Full payment of the Summer School is required before the start of the program.*

It includes : Summer School fees, Annecy trip, Welcome package, cultural events, city tours.

*A cancellation in case of force majeure (COVID, Health issues) can be considered. Please, contact directly our Faculty of Law for more information


Visit the Summer School website