Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow is organizing a National Seminar on Law and Technology: Issues and Perspective which will take place on 26th and 27th March 2021.
About the University
Dr.Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University was established by an Act of Govt. of Uttar Pradesh in 2005 and came into being on the 4th of January 2006 to meet up the new challenges in the legal field. Being one of the premier National Law Schools in the country, the University aims to provide quality legal education and to cater to the needs of the legal profession with its Centres of Excellence.
About the Organizing Committee
The Committee to Organise Seminar, Workshops, Extra Murals, and Special Lectures was constituted and mandated to organize academic events at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow.
The study of interaction of law with the ever-changing technology is a critical matter now than ever before. Science and technology have profoundly influenced the course of human civilization and provided us with insights into the world we live in. It has played an essential role in transforming India and the world into a modern and industrialized society. Technology has evolved into various legal fields such as intellectual property rights, cyber law, space law, biotechnology, medical laws, environment laws, evidence law and even human rights.
This Seminar is an endeavour to invite views from cross-sections of the stakeholders on the legal issues relating to technology while learning from the tangle of the purported conclusions reached in the recent past by courts, regulators, technocrats, and commentators on these issues, and to churn out testable theories and suggestions in the field of technology and its legal aspects. The main motto is to widen the awareness about the interconnectedness of law, science and technology to academicians, research scholars, students and even to the common masses.
The event will take place Online due to the Covid-19 constraints.
- Abstract Submission: March 5, 2021.
- Intimation of Selected Abstracts: To be notified.
- Last date for paper submission: March 15, 2021.
- Last date for Registration: March 20, 2021.
- National Seminar and Paper Discussion: 26th& 27th March 2021.
Call for Papers
University invites professionally researched and unpublished research papers, case analysis, articles by Academicians, Policymakers, Journalist, Lawyers, Bureaucrats, Research scholars and Students. Research papers shall be subject to the approval of the Editorial Board for inclusion in the seminar.
The Seminar calls for papers under the following sub-themes. However, the list is only indicative and inexhaustive. Any other topic related to the Seminar theme may also be submitted.
- Cybersecurity laws in the age of Digital Sovereignty
- Monitoring aerial surveillance by Regulating the abuse of Drones and UAV’s
- Internet Shutdown vis- a- Freedom of speech and Expression
- State Surveillance:
- Phone Tapping
- AADHAR and Surveillance
- Data Protection and Privacy
- Legal dimensions of Data Encryption and Decryption
- Personal Data Protection Bill with reference to GDPR and Data Localization
- Revenge Porn
- End to End Encryption dispute in the context of messaging apps
- Cryptocurrency and regulatory clarification
- Legal efficacy of Chinese App Ban in India
- Law and Artificial Intelligence
- Facial Recognition Technology and Law
- Recognition of liability in the Digital World
- Jurisdiction Issues in Trans-national crimes
- Intermediary liabilities in E-Commerce
- Tech Giants and issues facing competition regulators
- Virtual Courts and Virtual Litigation
- Freedom of Speech and Expression in Social Networking Platforms
- Net Neutrality
- Right to be Forgotten in India
- Regulation of Content on OTT platforms
- All submissions must be in English.
- The abstract should not be of more than 500 words. It shall be accompanied by a cover letter containing – a brief profile of the author including e-mail ID, contact number, designation, institution, and official address.
- Word limit for full Research Paper- 4000-6000 words (inclusive of all citation and references).
- Submissions must be typed in Times New Roman, Font Size 12 on A4 size paper with 1” margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing. The file extension shall be .doc.
- There can be a maximum of only one Co-author. All the co-authors need to get registered for the seminar.
- Potential contributors are required to adhere to a uniform mode of citation (20th edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation or ILI Citation is recommended).
- The authors should also send a declaration along with the abstract & final paper that their work is original and unpublished and that it does not infringe the copyright laws. The organizing committee is not responsible for any copyright infringements by the authors.
- Participants who intend to present their research papers in the seminar are required to submit the Abstract on or before 5th March 2021 through e-mail to lawtech.rmlnlu[at]gmail.com.
- Full papers need to be submitted by 15th March 2021.
- The authors of accepted papers must register for the seminar by 20th March 2021.
- The participants are requested to send their abstracts & papers to lawtech.rmlnlu[at]gmail.com.
- The top 10 full research papers may be published in the form of an edited book.
Kindly register through the google form link given at the end of this post.
The fee for the event is ₹200/-
For more details kindly refer to the Brochure, here.
Prize and Reward
The top three papers in the seminar will receive prize money:
- 1st Position: ₹6000/-
- 2nd Position: ₹4000/-
- 3rd Position: ₹2000/-
Participation certificates will be provided to everyone.
For any further clarification mail us at: lawtech.rmlnlu[at]gmail.com.
Committee page: Seminars, Workshops, Extra Mural & Special Lectures Committee, RMLNLU(@seminarrmlnlu)
Event page: Law & Technology: Issues and Perspectives
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