Compliance, law, and the digital

Kurs otwarty

What is compliance? What challenges do lawyers face in the digital world?

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  • Uniwersytet Jagielloński
  • CCPen
  • 10  wykładów
  • Kurs otwarty
  • 3 listopada 2023

O kursie

The course is devoted to the current challenges of digitization from the perspective of legal and compliance practice. Among the specific issues covered in the course are digital trasformation in the activities of lawyers and compliance officers, artificial intelligence and its interference in the basic branches of law, whistleblowing and digitization of public services.


Beata Baran - Ph.D. in law. Assistant at the Department of Executive Criminal Law of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University. Author of numerous scientific studies on the topics of executive criminal law, disciplinary proceedings, human rights and access to public information and human rights.

The recording, production, and translation of the course, as well as adapting the Copernicus College platform were funded by the project "Digitalized! Society in the Age of the Digital Revolution," carried out at Jagiellonian University from 2019 to 2022. The project was funded by the National Agency for Academic Exchange under the Academic International Partnerships program; contract no: PPI/APM/2019/1/00016/U/00001.

The content of the course was funded from the budget of the Priority Research Area "Society of the Future" within the framework of the funds granted to the Jagiellonian University under the "Excellence Initiative" program.


  1. Introduction
  2. Digital transformation in the activities of lawyers and compliance officers
  3. Fin-tech (I)
  4. Fin-tech (II)
  5. Artificial intelligence as a challenge for lawyers and compliance officers
  6. Artificial intelligence and its interference in the basic branches of law
  7. Ethics in business - is it just compliance?
  8. Whistleblowing
  9. Digitization of public services
  10. Personal data protection in a digitalizing world
  11. Brak egzaminu