Young Digital Law 2023 – Call for Contributions is open!


We are proud to announce that the third annual conference Young Digital Law will take place from the 5th to the 7th of July 2023 at the University of Vienna!

The conference will focus on the topic “Bias in Law-Making. How Assumptions about Technology, Trustworthiness, and Human Agency underpin European Digital Law”. We would like to invite all young scholars and practitioners in digital law and in related disciplines working at the intersection with digital law to contribute to the conference in the form of:

  • an individual presentation,
  • a mixed panel, or
  • an interactive workshop.An abstract should consist of approximately 250 words and can be made in English or German.

An abstract should consist of approximately 250 words and can be submitted in English or German. Preference will be given to onsite presentations/panels. Should it, however, not be possible for you to do your session onsite, please get in touch with us to discuss online options.

The publishing of the conference proceedings is planned.

Deadline for submissions: 8th of January 2023.

Please send your abstract to For further information about the call and the conference, please check Young Digital Law 2023 (

Keynote speakers:

  • Prof. Iris Eisenberger – Professor for Innovation and Public Law, University of Vienna
  • Prof. Nikolaus Forgó – Professor of IT and IP Law, Head of the Department of Innovation and Digitalisation in Law, University of Vienna
  • Prof. Barbara Prainsack – Professor for Comparative Policy Analysis, Head of Research Platform Governance of digital practices and Chair of European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE)
  • Prof. Edgar Weippl – Professor for Information Security and Privacy, Head of Forschungsgruppe Security and Privacy, University of Vienna