Nathalie NEVEJANS

Lecturer in Law / Founder of Robotics Legal Consulting @Université d'Artois/Robotics Legal Consulting

Nathalie Nevejans is a lecturer in private law at the University of Artois (France), qualified to supervise research projects and a member of the CNRS Ethics Committee (COMETS).
Author of numerous articles, participating in events for not only the academic world but also industry, she is one of the few specialists in France on the law and ethics of robotics, artificial intelligence and emerging technologies. She is also a member of the Research Centre for Law, Ethics and Procedures (EA No. 2471), as well as the Institute for the Study of Human-Robot Relations (Etude des Relations Homme-Robots – IERHR). Her book “Treaty of Law and Ethics of Civil Robotics”, LEH editions (1232 pages) was published in 2017.
She founded Robotics Legal Consulting to provide “turnkey” solutions to companies and offer training on law and ethics in the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence and emerging technologies. Industry 4.0, connected objects, collaborative robots and predictive algorithms hold no secrets for her!

Nathalie Nevejans is a lecturer in private law at the University of Artois (France), qualified to supervise research projects and a member of the CNRS Ethics Committee (COMETS).
Author of numerous articles, participating in events for not only the academic world but also industry, she is one of the few specialists in France on the law and ethics of robotics, artificial intelligence and emerging technologies. She is also a member of the Research Centre for Law, Ethics and Procedures (EA No. 2471), as well as the Institute for the Study of Human-Robot Relations (Etude des Relations Homme-Robots – IERHR). Her book “Treaty of Law and Ethics of Civil Robotics”, LEH editions (1232 pages) was published in 2017.
She founded Robotics Legal Consulting to provide “turnkey” solutions to companies and offer training on law and ethics in the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence and emerging technologies. Industry 4.0, connected objects, collaborative robots and predictive algorithms hold no secrets for her!