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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.International Seminar_Final Brochure