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The Indian Student Law Review (ISLR) is the annual student journal of The School of Excellence In Law, Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law University, Chennai.
The Indian Student Law Review (ISLR); ISSN 2249-4391 invites Articles, Notes and Book reviews on the theme Cyber Space and Civilization for the 2014-2015 Edition of the journal.
Students (irrespective of the legal background), Members of the academia, Research Scholars and others interested may send in their work, latest by 22nd March, 2015 (11:59 IST).
The contributions can be made on any sub-themes co-related to Cyber domain.
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The following are few potential themes provided as illustrations:
1. An evaluation of the IT Act, 2000 and the amendments made thereto.
2. Cyber space and IPR
3. Cyber Forensics
4. Conflicting Jurisdictional spheres in Cyber Space with respect to IPR litigation.
5. Fundamental Rights and Cyber Space
6. Privacy issues in Cyber space
7. Net Neutrality in Cyber Space
8. ADR strategies in cyber space
9. E-Commerce and Cross Border Tax issues
10. Equity/Crowd funding
11. E-commerce Fraud
12. Cyber crimes
13. Cyber security
14. Cyber Torts
15. Cyber Ethics- Cyber Governance in India
16. Cyber space and International parlance
Guidelines for Submission:
The Publishers Manual annexed thereto is to be strictly complied with.
All submissions should be sent to
The subject of the mail should read- [Article/Case Note/Book Review]-ISLR 2014-15.
A cover letter mentioning the name, contact numbers, name of the institution, name of the university, contact numbers should be attached separately in .doc or .docx format.
The submissions should be in either .doc or .docx format.
A mail confirming the receipt of the entry and subsequently notifying selected works of author (s) will be sent.
For Queries or Clarifications Contact:
R.S.Pornima, Editor-in-Chief: 98405 71220
Harshini Jhothiraman, Executive Editor: 99529 87187
Salomi Christie, Managing Editor: 94881 22858
Siddharth Bhandari, Managing Editor: 98403 04180
Or write to us at
The submissions manual is HERE.
The call for papers is HERE.
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