We are launching the first DFF digital rights virtual law clinic

By Alexandra Giannopoulou, 12th February 2024

Illustration by Nicole Snaiderman

The first DFF digital rights virtual drop-in law clinic is taking place in March and April 2024. The clinic will host sixteen sessions during which you will have the opportunity to interact with digital rights strategic litigation experts from across Europe.

The objectives of this drop-in clinic are twofold: to provide beneficiary organisations with detailed and case-specific information on digital rights and to enable them to identify when and to what extent Charter rights apply in the digital sphere and how they can be relied upon in strategic litigation.

If you or your organisation have ongoing cases or are planning litigation related to digital (and Charter) rights, let us know here by 26 February!

Illustration by Nicole Snaiderman

The virtual law clinics will take place weekly from 6 March every Wednesday and Thursday from 15:00-18:00 CET for the duration of six weeks. Upon notification of acceptance, please make sure to maintain a margin of availability for the specified timeframe. We will do our best to accommodate your preference and availability as well as those of the experts.

Note that strict confidentiality rules apply for all clinic sessions.

If you would like to know more about our clinic, drop us a line at alexandra@digitalfreedomfund.org. Let us know by email if you would like to attend the online Ask Us Anything session that we are hosting on Monday, 19 February 2024 at 11:00 CET. More details will follow!