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The International Seminar on the topic Law and Technology is being organised jointly with Australian National University and National Law School of India University, and Co-partnered with Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) and I-HIPP.

The Seminar Will Invite Presentations And Papers On The Following Themes:

a. Interface of Law and Technology;

b. Legal, Ethical and Policy framework on Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Medical Services;

c. Internet and Technology – Data & Information Privacy vis-à-vis Dissemination of Information;

c. Regulatory Policy on algorithmic decision making in public sector enterprises;

d. Impact of technology in legal profession and legal education;

e. Technology based Entrepreneurship: Regulatory challenges;

f. Internet Business Houses: Issues of Tax- Imposition, Levy and Collection;

g. Challenges to E-Governance: Trade & Commerce.

h. Liability of occupier and automated areas- law & regulatory Challenges;

i. Extended Producer Responsibility and Manufacturers of Technology-Enabled Products;

j. Evidence Law and Technology– Use of advanced technologies for collection and corroboration of evidence.;

k. Use of Technology and Economy – Need for Regulatory Regime on crypto-currencies and unfair trade practices.

l. Anti-Competitive Behaviour and Protection of IPR in technology, including matters of net neutrality, abuse of dominance and other practices.

Submissions – Details and Guidelines:

a. Abstracts of not more than 500 words, of original research papers on the above-mentioned themes are invited. Abstract must be submitted as Word documents, with a covering letter containing the name and designation of the author(s) shall be submitted for pre-scrutiny and confirmation.

b. There can be a maximum of two authors for each abstract/paper.

c. All Abstracts to be sent via e-mail to Mr Rohith Kamath at on or before date June 15, 2020.

d. Authors of shortlisted abstracts shall be required to register on or before June 30, 2020.

e. The full-length research papers in case of short articles should be 3500 – 5000 words (exclusive of foot notes), and not more than 8000 words (exclusive of foot notes) in case of long articles.

f. Potential contributors are required to adhere to a uniform style of citation (20th edition of The Bluebook is recommended). Selected papers shall be compiled and published.

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