In the period from August 1 to August 8, 2018, the European Association of Law Students (ELSA) organized a summer school for the first time on the topic of Human Rights Protection (ELSA Summer Law School 2018 Novi Sad – Human Rights Protection), at the premises of the Rectorate of the University of Novi Sad. The central topic of the summer school was the protection of human rights in domestic and international legal systems international law systems and judicial instances, with a focus on the European Convention on Human Rights.
On the fourth day of the Summer School, at the invitation of the European Law Students Association, attorney Tijana Žunić Marić held a lecture on the topic “Right to Privacy and Data Protection in Digital Age”. Over sixty law students and young lawyers from Europe and the rest of the world actively participated in the lecture while discussing the Cambridge Analytica case and other events that have marked the past few years in terms of privacy and data protection worldwide. Particular attention was paid to the analysis of individual solutions with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on May 25, 2018, in the EU.
Students have shown a great level of awareness of the importance of data protection and privacy and have expressed great interest in the topic, to the great pleasure of the Zunic Law team.
Zunic Law encourages and pays great attention to both formal and informal education of its employees and associates. Likewise, we firmly believe in the selfless knowledge sharing and transfer of know-how to younger generations of lawyers and students. Hence, the members of our team are always pleased to contribute with their involvement in such and similar events.
Zunic Law would like to thank the students and young lawyers who participated at the ELSA Summer Law School 2018 Novi Sad – Human Rights Protection thank for the excellent reception and great interaction, to whom we wish all the best in the further education and successful work.