Elisabeth Paar is a legal scholar from Austria, researching the interface between constitutional law, legal philosophy, technology law and medical law. From 2014 to 2018, she studied law at the University of Graz where graduated at the top of the class (Mag.iur., J.D. equivalent). Currently, Elisabeth is a doctoral candidate at the University of Graz and a university assistant at the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law at the University of Vienna. Her dissertation assesses the constitutional limits of the use of AI in court proceedings. From August 2022 to May 2023, she is pursuing an LL.M. degree at Yale Law School.
Doctoral candidate at the Institute of Public Law and Political Science of the University of Graz
LL.M. candidate at Yale Law School (LL.M. ’23)
University assistant at the Institute of Constitutional and Administrative Law of the University of Vienna
Fellow of the European Law Institute
Associated researcher of the Constitutional Innovation Hub Graz (subcommittee “Innovative Constitutionalism”)
Associated member of the field of excellence “Smart Regulation“ of the University of Graz