Call for Papers: NUJS Law Review Special Issue on The Copyright Amendment Act, 2012
(Published on 17 August 2012)
The Copyright Amendment Act, 2012 was recently passed by both houses of parliament. It promises to thoroughly revise the laws currently governing the Indian Copyright regime.
This legislative moment, provides an appropriate opportunity for academic reflection on the proposed changes. We need to analyse the probable impact of the changes and do a holistic appraisal of the provisions as they now stand.
The Editorial Board of the NUJS Law Review invites contributions for its forthcoming special issue on: The Copyright Amendment Act, 2012: Welcome change or missed opportunity?
Interested contributors should submit their respective entries no later than 15 November, 2012 to email@example.com
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