Indraprastha Technology Law Journal (ISSN No. 2394-1839) is a bi-annual publication of University School of Law and Legal Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi.
The Journal is an attempt to flag off important issues interfacing Law and Technology. It is a common knowledge that while technology runs faster and in unprecedented ways the law and its traditions evolve slowly creating a hiatus due to technological over-run.
University School of Law and Legal Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi, shall be sole copyright owner of all the published material. Apart from fair use for the purpose of research, a research study of criticism, no part of this journal should be copied, adapted, abridged, translated or stored in any retrieval system, such as computer system or hard disks, photographic form or any other form which is capable of being reproduced in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, digital, optical, photographic or otherwise without prior written permission from University.
Authors are primarily responsible for the views and opinions expressed by them in the articles/notes/comments published in the journal and the editors, publishers and printers do not owe any responsibility for such views and opinions.
About the Publisher
University School of Law & Legal Studies is a constituent school of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. University School of Law and Legal Studies envisages advancement of institutional expertise in the area of legal research and education by augmenting academic and professional excellence, developing critical and relentless engagement with legal theory and practice, synergizing law, legal research, legal education and action to further the quest for justice.
Indraprastha Technology Law Journal invites ORIGINAL research papers/articles abstracts of doctoral dissertation, major research project reports, case studies and book reviews from academicians and professionals. The citations and the references on the pattern of the Journal of the Indian Law Institute, ILI New-Delhi, should be adopted for all papers submitted for publication. Mere submission of paper does not guarantee publication.
All papers submitted shall be put to two-stage blind peer review and only on the recommendations of the reviewers the papers submitted may be considered for publication. Papers recommended for publication may be published in the back issue of the journal, however, the date of publication shall be reckoned as the actual date of publication and release of the journal.
How to Submit?
All papers should be submitted online at itlj2020[at]gmail.com on or before 15th March 2020.
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