Principles for a Data Economy Conference 2021

Recordings available now!

On 18th and 19th of October 2021, the Principles for a Data Economy Conference took place online. The Principles were presented by the project team and discussed together with experts from all over the world. The programme included sessions on various issues that arise from the data economy, like contractual aspects as well as data rights. Further information, the conference agenda as well as recordings of the conference can be accessed on our conference website.



Lord John Thomas, Co-Chair of the ALI-ELI Principles for a Data Economy project, and Christiane Wendehorst, Co-Reporter of the project, together with...


On 1 September 2021, the ELI Council unanimously approved the Final Council Draft of the Principles for a Data Economy: Data Rights and Transactions,...


An overview of the Principles project, its aims and structure of the latest "Tentative Draft No. 2" can now also be found on Wikipedia.


On 21 July 2021, Japanese academics and practitioners convened at an online seminar organised by the Sophia University Tokyo to find out more about...


After the approval of the Principles for a Data Economy at the ALI Annual Meeting, the public can now access the current draft in full text on the ALI...


The transnational project ‘Principles for a Data Economy’ made significant progress as Members of the American Law Institute (ALI) approved the...