CEA Digital Law ® (Euro-American Committee of Digital Law – CEA Digital Law , CTR registered number 698529, place of registration: Dublin, Ireland)
The objects for which the company is established are the promotion of education and research in digital and non-digital techno-legal matters, including ordinary legal and technological matters.
The Euro-American Committee on Digital Law – CEA Digital Law is an organization that works mainly in the Republic of Ireland, but has the spirit of a global non-profit organization, for legal professionals from both hemispheres, focused on technology and law, but also for all citizens, who will also be the final recipients of services.
Its members and officials will reflect a broad spectrum of experience in the field of technological and legal law and throughout the ecosystem of the new Digital Revolution.
Any income generated by the exercise of these powers is to be applied to the promotion of the Main Object
We are solemnly committed to the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, international law and justice, as well as to an international order based on the rule of law, which are the indispensable foundations of a more peaceful, prosperous and just world.
We are an independent organization that will provide a forum for exclusive consideration of the various digital legal and techno-legal ramifications of the digital and nondigital legal era.
From the comparative perspective of Europe and America, our mission is to create unprecedented opportunities for the creation of other global national and international networks and to exchange knowledge and experiences with experts and colleagues from around the world and ultimately to make the Republic of Ireland a more prosperous country, as well as to contribute to the prosperity of the global society at large immersive in the Industrial
Revolution 4.0 and the various manifestations that are lavished with the advances in all areas of Digital Transformation
Empowering women and girls: This does not happen in watertight compartments classified as “off-grid” and “online”, but requires progress on several fronts and simultaneously: Government entities, civil society groups and private sector actors will need to work together to ensure that ICT initiatives are systematically integrated with broader efforts to expand the options and capacities of women and girls in the labour market, at home, at school and in public
life. We will make STEMLaw women a areality.
Seeking to highlight and empower women, from CEA Digital Law we will offer different types of resources and programs that accompany this purpose. Information, research and training are the pillars of this initiative, which also has specific actions to improve the employability of women ( and the preparation for the future of girls in the legal and related sector, as well as in the technological field.
The 2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals include a major commitment to use information and communication technologies (ICTs) to promote women’s empowerment, as well as a commitment to connect people in countries with the least developed internet by 2020. However, so far, data on the “digital divide” between women and men in the use of the Internet and other ICTs have been scarce and the full targets have been set for 2030. We will therefore make a firm contribution to them and to those who are establishing themselves in the European Union in all its member countries and at world level in general.
Carry out any trade / activity in order to provide employment to people with reduced technological skills, PROVIDED THAT the surpluses obtained (if any) from said trade / activityare applied solely for the promotion of the main objective of the Company
To extend all or some of the Company’s services, training courses or special considerations to other disadvantaged persons, provided that no eligible person is denied or refused admission to any of the established Company services, courses or special considerations in this Memorandum on behalf of people who are otherwise disabled or disadvantaged;
We are an independent Organization that provides a forum for exclusive consideration of the various digital legal ramifications.
From the comparative perspective of Europe and America, our mission is to create unprecedented opportunities for the creation of other global international networks and to exchange knowledge and experiences with experts and colleagues from around the world.
CEA Digital Law ® is also a forum for the exchange of ideas and an in-depth examination of related issues. These exchanges take place in diverse settings, allowing for widespread attendance and participation.
We are a useful educational tool for those who practice in this new area of law, we learn about recent developments and we also create an opportunity to meet other attorneys who share a common interest.
CEA Digital Law ® has alliances with different Organizations to promote the general field of Digital Law and Training, and with Associations related to the promotion of digital events and initiatives.
Our mission promotes and develops knowledge of Euro-American legislation and legal frameworks, contributing to the development of the law and the multilateral economy, which materializes as an instance of cooperation and adoption of good practices to disseminate the normative acts in each member country.
CEA Digital Law ® is an international NGO, are a non-profit and our hallmarks are:
• Be independent from institutions, public powers and political parties.
• We work for a social good.
• And it does it non-profit.
We have teams of workers, collaborators and volunteers deployed in more than 25 countries at the moment. Therefore, the number of people who benefit from our action programs is of great international importance.
The Influence of CEA Digital Law ® is a reference in the sectors where we operate thanks to the quality and effectiveness of the programs we implement that produce very positive social changes in the communities where they are carried out and globally as a whole.
If after the liquidation or dissolution of the Company, after the satisfaction of all debts and liabilities, any property remains, it will not be paid or distributed among the members of the Company. Instead, such property will be surrendered or transferred to some other charity or institutions that have primary purposes similar to those of the Company