Elisabeth Paar

Associated Researcher: Innovative Constitutionalism

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Since October 2020, Elisabeth Paar is a University Assistant at the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law, Department of Medical Law, at the University of Vienna in the team of Prof. Karl Stöger. Previously to that, she was a University Assistant at the Institute for Public Law and Political Science at the University of Graz and an associate member of the field of excellence “Smart Regulation”. During this period, she also worked as a research assistant at Neger/Ulm Rechtsanwälte GmbH where she gained practical experience.

Elisabeth Paar studied law at the University of Graz (2014-2018) and graduated at the top of the class. Currently, she is enrolled as a doctoral candidate of law at the University of Graz and in the bachelor program of philosophy at the University of Vienna.

Her main fields of interest are technology law, constitutional law, procedural law, medical law and legal theory. In her doctoral thesis, she analyzes the constitutional limits of the use of AI in court proceedings.

At CIHG, Elisabeth Paar is associatied to Innovative Constitutionalism.

Contact: elisabeth.paar(at)univie.ac.at

Selected Publications

Künstliche Intelligenz im Rahmen der Beurteilung der strafrechtlichen Schuldfähigkeit Jugendlicher – Verfassungsrechtliche Überlegungen vor dem Hintergrund der deutschen und österreichischen Rechtslage, Zeitschrift für Jugendkriminalrecht und Jugendhilfe 2021 – forthcoming.

Medizinische KI: Die rechtlichen „Brennpunkte“, in Postgraduate Center der Universität Wien, Kooperation – Zusammenarbeit – Konnektivität (2021) (with Karl Stöger) – forthcoming.

Einsatz künstlicher Intelligenz in der Justiz, Österreichische Juristen-Zeitung 2021, 213-219.

Suizidprognose durch künstliche Intelligenz aus verfassungsrechtlicher Perspektive, Recht der Medizin 2020, 278-283.

Künstliche Intelligenz und richterliche Unabhängigkeit – Eine verfassungsrechtliche Standortbestimmung am Beispiel des Zeugenbeweises, in Greve et al (Hrsg), Der digitalisierte Staat (2020) 311–332.

Challenges of a Digital Single Market from an Austrian perspective – towards Smart Regulations, Austrian Law Journal 2019, 37-53 (with Peter Egger, Dominik Geringer, Gerwald Gindra-Vady, Christina Gruber, Lukas Reiter, Karl Stöger and Stefan Thalmann).

 

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