Preparing for the future


The rise of legal technology is rapidly changing the way we approach tax law. This course seeks to explore the current technological trends as well as the tax-related transformations they may bring. With this course, we hope to prepare the future generation of tax lawyers for the legal technology era by bridging the gap between tax and technology.

Data
warehousing

Public data legislation
Big data
Infrastructure and architecture Platforms

Tax
administration

Implications of fraud detection
Cross border applications
Taxpayer analysis
Data ethics and security
Information asymmetry

Automation
of law

Artificial Intelligence
Blockchain
Robotic Process Automation
Ethics

Data
management

Tax data sources
Bookkeeping and tax in financial systems
ERP vendors
Tax integration and reporting in ERP
Tax modules and configurations

data exchange & reporting

Implications of dirty data
Data quality and standardization
Webservices and API's
Standards for data reporting
Risks & responsibilities
Data analytics

Privacy & data security

Legal EU framework and concepts
Condfidentiality
Charter of the fundamental EU rights
ECJ case law

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