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International Virtual Conference On Interface Between Law And Technology [30th January 2021]

Aseer Jamal
6 Jan 2021 8:30 AM GMT
International Virtual Conference On Interface Between Law And Technology [30th January 2021]
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GNLU Centre for Law and Technology in collaboration with Navrachna University, is organising an International Virtual Conference on Interface between Law and Technology on 30th January. The present conference is an effort to study the innate relationship of law and technology. It undertakes to make a serious enquiry as to how the issues under ever-changing technology can...

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GNLU Centre for Law and Technology in collaboration with Navrachna University, is organising an International Virtual Conference on Interface between Law and Technology on 30th January.

The present conference is an effort to study the innate relationship of law and technology. It undertakes to make a serious enquiry as to how the issues under ever-changing technology can be effectively addressed through law. For this purpose, the conference contains a series of themes and subthemes dedicated towards understanding the interrelationship between law and technology under different categories and contexts. Research papers/Articles and Case Studies are invited for the presentation at the International Conference.

Who can Attend?

The conference is open to academicians, students, legal professionals and anyone interested in the subject.

Themes

The themes for the conference are as follows:

  1. Constitutional Perspectives in Technology
  2. Jurisprudential Dimensions of Cyberspace
  3. Information Technology and Law: IT Act, Cyber Crime, Cyber Forensics
  4. Legal issues under Artificial Intelligence
  5. Biotechnology and Law
  6. IPR and Technology
  7. Impact of Technology on Legal Education & Profession
  8. Technology under Health Law
  9. Technological issues under Environment Law
  10. Technological perspectives of Media Law
  11. Commercial Law and Technology: E-Contracts, Cryptocurrency, E-commerce, Taxation, International Trade etc.

Note: The sub-themes are indicative and not exhaustive.

Registration Fee:

  • Academicians, Lawyers and Professionals: Rs. 500/-
  • Students and research Scholars: Rs. 300/-

How to Register?

Click here to register for the International Virtual Conference after the confirmation of your abstract from the conference committee.

IMPORTANT DATES

Date of submission of abstract : 5th January 2021

Date of confirmation of abstract : 8th January 2021

Date of full Paper submission & Registration : 20th January 2021

Date of International Virtual Conference : 30th January 2021

CONTACT DETAILS:

Shivani Kinniwadi, President-Student Council (+91 7499925929)

Prayrana Singh, Secretary- Student Council (+91 95568758728)

For Brochure, click here

For Official link, click here

For more Conference notifications, click here


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