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Compliance in Digital Formats

 This year’s spring edition under the title Compliance in digital formats is online by now. The edition focusses on the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on compliance in health care as well as the legal work world and law school. Social phenomena as well as the legal aspects are analyzed in the contributions of our renowned authors. Special features of this edition include the first interview of our new interview series and two student articles to compare law school in the US and Germany under Covid-19. Finally, the series of book reviews is continued. Now online.

Editorial
Michele DeStefano & Hendrik Schneider
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 1

 

 

 

Articles

A crisis sparks innovation – the Covid-19 pandemic as a catalyst for evolution in the legal world?
Stephan Ebner & Hendrik Schneider
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 2-4

Anti-corruption compliance in times of the Covid-19 Pandemic – Criminal law risks and incentives for compliance-management-systems in the healthcare sector
Elias Schönborn
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 5-14

U.S. Compliance for German SMEs 2021
Stephan Ebner & Susanne Leone
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 15-27

Medical tourism in a pandemic – Telemedicine as an asset in international patient care
Christian Fadi El-Khouri
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 28-35

The elephant in the virtual law classroom: Different perspectives but a common loss
Tiffany A. Perez
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 36-50

Studying law in times of corona – The shift from campus to home office – a student ́s perspective
Luise K. Schräder
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 51-57

Book review: The Small Firm Roadmap. A survival guide to the future of your law (2019)
Paul McCormack
CEJ 2021, Volume 7, Number 1, p. 58-62