Law, Technology and the New Paradigm of Performance
1 juli 2011, Symposium at the occasion of the retirement of Professor Richard V. De Mulder (2 PO-punten)
During his long academic career, Richard De Mulder has introduced and evaluated a whole number of new paradigms and theories. This already started when he was teaching criminal law, as a member of the Louk Hulsman group, right at the beginning of his work at Erasmus University. It really took a flight, however, after he turned his attention to the subject of ‘Computers and Law’. He was a founding father of the research as well as the education in this field in The Netherlands.
Not satisfied with just that, he took an interest in management science, which not only led to the completion of an MBA, but also to the incorporation of this subject in his research and teaching of the application of information technology in the field of law. One of the results of that was an added interest in ‘legal knowledge management’, which is still a core subject for the ‘Centre for Computers and Law’ at Erasmus University. All this and even more will be dealt with during a symposium that will be organized at the occasion of his retirement, on July 1, 2011.
Speakers: Philip Leith, Kees van Noortwijk, Pieter Kleve, Peter van Schelven, Hans de Doelder, Anja Oskamp, Richard De Mulder. With a special appearance by Professor Michael C. Jensen
1 July 2011
Symposium Law, Technology and the New Paradigm of Performance
Michael Jensen's Workshop on Integrity
Farewell Lecture of Professor De Mulder
40th Anniversary of Richard De Mulder's employment at the Erasmus University
65th birthday of the emeritus
Erasmus University Auditorium (Aula)
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
Rotterdam, The Netherlands