It is our pleasure to Call for Student Papers for Consilience 2013-14, a conference on Law and Technology being organized by ‘Law and Technology Society’ of National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
The aim of the Conference is to clear up ambiguity and issues in the chosen theme and submit a recommendatory report to the Govt. of India based on the Conference.
The level of academic debate and discussion at the conference has always been of very high quality. With its unique blend of legal and technical knowledge brought together on a common platform, Consilience also provides the ideal launch pad for creativity and practical solutions.
Previous editions of Consilience have seen stalwarts like Mr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia (Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission of India), Mr. Jacob Appelbaum (Core Member, Tor Project and Former Spokesperson, Wikileaks), Mr. Hormis Tharakan (Ex-Chief, Research and Analysis Wing, Government of India) and Mr. Richard Stallman (Founder – GNU Project) address various policy and legal issues on themes like ‘Legal Aspects of Business Processes Outsourcing’, ‘Biotechnology and the Law’, ‘Internet Intermediary Liability in India’, ‘Free/Open Source Software (FOSS)’, ‘Data Protection and Cyber Security in India’
The deadline for submission of abstract is 15th November, 2013 and submission of final papers for the selected abstract is 9th December, 2013.
Please find attached the details for paper submission.
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