Call for Papers | 2nd National Conference on Law and Technology: Moving towards Digital Era | The Northcap University | Centre for Cyber Laws, National Law University, Delhi | Faculty of Law, UDF Centro Universitario, Brazil
Call for Papers for 2nd National Conference on Law and Technology: Moving towards Digital Era are being invited by the Centre for Law & Technology, The Northcap University
Call for Papers for 2nd National Conference on Law and Technology: Moving towards Digital Era are being invited by the Centre for Law & Technology, The Northcap University in collaboration with the Centre for Cyber Laws, National Law University, Delhi, and the Faculty of Law, UDF Centro Universitario, Brazil which is to be held on 3rd & 4th March 2023.
About The Northcap University
The NorthCap University (formerly ITM University) was founded in 1996, to promote excellence in Technical and Management education by Educate India Society, registered under the Registration of Societies Act of 1860. The University imparts education in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in engineering, management, sciences and law. It is recognized by various government and regulatory bodies for teaching and awarding degrees. The University is approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI). In the continuous pursuit of excellence, the University has entered a tripartite tie-up with Arizona State University (USA) and Cintana Education. This collaborative endeavour aims to ensure success for every NCU student in the digital economy as they would be exposed to enhanced curricula, global programs, and expanded research collaborations.
About the School of Law
The NorthCap University’s School of law (SOL) is amongst the premier law schools in North India and the preferred destination for every law aspirant. In the National law schools survey published in 2017, SOL was awarded 2nd rank in the Northern Region and 1st Rank in the Category of ‘Eminence by Global Human Resource Development Centre (GHRDC), New Delhi in the state of Haryana. The school of law is recognized as the best-emerging law school in India in the survey conducted by careers 360 published in January 2017. The NCU is offering 5 years integrated BBA.LLB (Hons.) Degree Programme, 3 years LLB Programme, one-year LLM programme with a specialization in Human Rights, Corporate Law and IPR and Ph.D. in law with an emphasis on clinical legal education.
About 2nd National Conference on Law and Technology
The twenty-first century is marked by considerable progress in technology. The earlier unimaginable frontiers now seem plausible and practical. Its impact and reach have become all pervasive and inevitable that today there is hardly any field which remains untouched by technological development. The imperativeness of technology is such that it affects us in multiple ways – be it communication, trade, lifestyle, security, privacy, working style, education etc. Newer opportunities are being created owing to the far-reaching impact of technology – both nationally and internationally. On the one hand, these technological advancements aid mankind in making life simpler and more convenient but on the hand, these developments are not free from contentious aspects. Every new technological progress brings with it newer challenges for mankind.
Digital technology which has spread its wings into every arena of human life – from shopping to booking healthcare appointments to education to wellness etc; encompasses within its realm several issues which have the potential to jeopardise human life. The threats posed by the cyber world in the form of cyber crimes, cyber security, and data protection, have proved to be a great challenge for society.
Similarly, the advantages of artificial intelligence in making life tasks swift, efficient and up-to-date cannot be undermined. However, they too are surrounded by several complexities. The threat of loss of jobs, data protection and paucity of regulatory mechanisms are a few issues that become relevant with this modern-day advancement.
These contemporary developments are affecting the field of law in unprecedented ways. Many times, the legal mechanism is unequipped to address these modern-day challenges. It could be due to a lack of regulatory framework in place or the inefficiency of the prevalent mechanism. This calls for a re-thinking of our approach to the set laws and the legal framework vis a vis their inter-relationship with the technology. The conference will be organised in a hybrid mode.
The conference aims to initiate a discussion on some of the key areas which gain relevance when talking about digital technology and the prevalent legal machinery. The Sub-themes of the conferences are as under:
- Application of Technology in Criminal Justice Administration
- Artificial Intelligence and related issues
- Right to Privacy and Data Protection
- Human Rights Law and Technology
- IPR and Technology
- Use of IT in Dispute Resolution
- Healthcare and Technology
- Start-ups and Technology
- Corporate law and Technology
- Social Media and Information Technology
However, these sub-themes are only illustrative. Any relevant topic connected to the theme can be considered.
Research papers from scholars, researchers, practitioners, academics and students are invited on issues related to the above themes. Authors of selected papers will be given an opportunity to present their papers at the conference. Joint authorship is permitted, subject to a maximum of two co-authors. On approval through a peer-reviewing process, the best papers shall be published in a book with ISBN.
Note: For Outstation and international presenters, the opportunity will be given to present their papers in Virtual mode subject to the production of proof.
Guidelines for Submission of Papers
A brief profile of the author indicating his/her designation, email ID, contact number and address has to be sent along with the abstract (250-300 words) of the paper to the Organizing Committee. The Full-Length Paper should not exceed 6000 words excluding footnotes. It should be typed in Times New Roman Font Size 12 with 1.5” line spacing and 10 pt. for the footnotes on A4 size paper with 1” margin on all sides using MS Word. Use of ILI style of referencing and footnote is encouraged.
Abstracts have to be emailed to the below-mentioned email id: [email protected]
- Student: 1000/- INR
- Early Bird Registration (Till 18th February, 2023): 800/- INR
- Academicians/ Research Scholars/ Professionals: 1500/- INR
- Early Bird Registration (Till 18th February, 2023): 1200/- INR
- International student participant: 15/- USD
- International Academicians/Research Scholars/ Professionals: 20/- USD
- Additionally, 600/- INR for the co-author, if any (India)
- Separate Registration for International author
- For participation only without presentation 600/- INR for Indians and 15 USD for International participants.
- Deadline of Abstract Submission: 15th February, 2023
- Notification of Acceptance of abstract: 18th February, 2023
- Last Date for Registration for Conference and Payment: 20th February, 2023
- Deadline of Full Paper Submission: 25th February, 2023
- Date of Conference: 3rd and 4th March, 2023
- Account Name: THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY
- Account No: 82472010013980
- Bank Name: Canara Bank
- Bank’s Address: NCU, Sector-23A, Gurgaon
- IFSC Code: CNRB0018247
Once the payment has been made, please take a screen shot of the transaction and email it along with the scanned copy of the registration form to [email protected]
- Separate registration needs to be done for co-author.
- Note: All the participants will be provided with a certificate of participation.
Convenor: Dr. Archana Sarma, Head, School of Law, The Northcap University
- Dr. Unanza Gulzar, Assistant Professor, (Selection Grade)
- Dr. Tavleen Kaur Khurana, Assistant Professor (Senior Scale)
- Anmol Kaur Sandhu: +91 99581 47897
- Tanu Mehta: +91 99717 91974
- Vishesh Gandhi: +91 98914 00428
- Azhad Hasan: +91 63882 89781
- Ayushi Singh: +91 98188 29205
- Aryan Chowdhary: +91 73032 17234
In case of any queries, write to us at [email protected]
Submitted By: Tanu Mehta