Through the Center for E-Commerce, scholars, policy makers, practicing lawyers, executives, and Stanford Law students explore the fast-growing field of electronic commerce law. In a unique interdisciplinary synergy with industry working groups, the center supports policy studies, develops guidelines, and works to enhance industry practices.
The Stanford Center for E-Commerce in collaboration with the San Francisco Bay Area of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) hosts every year the Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference (EBP)-the premier educational event for in-house counsel and practitioners who work in or for Internet, e-commerce, mobile, social, networking and cloud companies.
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EU E-Commerce Law Project
The European Union E-Commerce Law Project is co-sponsored by the Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic Technology Law Forum, the Stanford Center for E-Commerce, and the Forum on Contemporary Europe (Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies).
This project examines the law and policy of the European Union regarding online businesses as well as the relevant economic governance issues and regulatory practices affecting the online transatlantic (EU-U.S.) marketplace.view project details