Marlies van Eck
Marlies van Eck is, since June 2018, Assistant Professor and Researcher at eLaw - Center for Law and Digital Technologies
Marlies van Eck is, since June 2018, Assistant Professor and Researcher at eLaw - Center for Law and Digital Technologies. She is specialized in ICT & administrative law and interested in the impact new technology and its use by the government has on citizens and legal protection. As an external researcher at Tilburg University she combined her PhD research with her work as civil servant. In her thesis on Automated Administrative Chain Decisions and Legal Protection she performed legal and empirical research to observe and assess the execution of tasks by public administration. She studied Law at Radboud University Nijmegen specializing in Administrative Law and Information technology and Law (1995). Marlies spends time (some would say too much) on Twitter and plans to build an international network of colleague academics who are working in the field of informatization and digitalization of government and Law.
- adviseren over juridische aspecten rond inzet van IT en AI