Call for Papers by Indian Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Law [IJAIL]: Submit by Jan 15, ’21

AI & Law call for papers by IJAIL


The Indian Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Law is a biannual law journal covering technology law in a combination of theoretical and practical approaches. It also provides coverage of the relationship between law and artificial intelligence in businesses, education, research and innovation practices.

About the Opportunity

The journal publishes 2 issues per year in due frequency. The next submission for Volume 1 Issue 2, 2020 is to be made by January 2021.

Categories and Word Limit

  • Articles: 2500-10,000 words
  • Legislative Reviews or Case Comments: 2,500-4,000 words
  • Policy Analysis: 5,000-10,000 words


Artificial Intelligence And Law:

  • Philosophy, Technology, And Theory
  • International Relations and Public Diplomacy
  • Economics and Market Ethics
  • Data Ethics and Social Sciences

Check the website for a detailed list of themes and sub-themes.

Editorial Guidelines

  • Word Limit for Extract: 800 words
  • Co-authorship: Depends on the field of the submission
    • Computer Sciences: 7 authors
    • Law and Social Sciences: 3 authors
  • References: Format of in-text citations following the ISO 690: 2010 (First Element & Date) standard.
    • No references are allowed whether in the format of endnotes or footnotes.
    • However, footnotes providing further information or subjective notes are allowed.

For detailed editorial Guidelines, please check the website.

Submission Procedure

Use the Google Form to register for the submission.

Important Links

YouTube Link to learn how to generate placeholders and list of references.

The link to download the Springer LNCS template for the manuscript.

Important Dates

Last Date for submission: January 15, 2021

Intimation of the selection of manuscript by assessment: February 20, 2021


Click here for detailed information about the CFp by IJAIL.


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