The Law and Technology Hub is a new initiative at the University of Surrey School of Law, where students, academics, business leaders and legal practitioners forge close links to work on complex digital transformation and law related research topics. The Hub provides opportunities for collaboration with partners from both in and outside the university, aiding digital legal education, academic research, local business and community support, and, ultimately, career development for students.


Regulation of artficial intelligence

Prof R Abbott, Dr J Andresen, Dr A Lee, Dr A Leveringhaus, Dr M Hamilton, Prof A Sarch

Law and military technology

Dr J Andresen, Dr A Leveringhaus


M Barczentewicz, Dr J Andresen, Dr E Finch


Dr E Finch, Dr A Lee, Prof A Sarch

Teaching legal technology

M Barczentewicz, E Williams

Advisory Board

  • Naveen Agnihotri, Barrister, Gray’s Inn
  • Dr Angela Daly, School of Law, University of Strathclyde
  • Professor Sylvie Delacroix, Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham
  • Hon. Charles Mok JP, Former Legislative Council Member (Functional Constituency - Information Technology), Hong Kong
  • Professor Uta Kohl, University of Southampton School of Law
  • Daniel B. Rodriguez, Harold Washington Professor, Northwestern Pritzer School of Law, Chair, ABA Centre for Innovation

Our partners

D2 Legal Technology
Just: Access
Orban Perlaki Law Firm
Stevens & Bolton
Monaco Solicitors

Recent & Upcoming Talks

Recent Publications

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The ‘Opening Up After Lock Down’ [O.U.A.L.D.] team presents an application that allows organisations to open up after lock …

We argue that criminal law falls short in cases where an AI functionally commits a crime and there are no practically or legally …

Automated risk assessment is all the rage in the criminal justice system. Proponents view risk assessment as an objective way to reduce …

The ProPublica/Northpointe racial bias debate, and the broader issue of algorithmic fairness, present significant dilemmas for criminal …