Call for Papers | MCIP 2.0 | Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law
Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law is inviting papers for MCIP 2.0 before 10th February 2022. About Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law The Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, the first of its kind in the IIT system was set up in 2006. The basis of the School is to cater to the need… Read More »
Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law is inviting papers for MCIP 2.0 before 10th February 2022.
About Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law
The Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, the first of its kind in the IIT system was set up in 2006. The basis of the School is to cater to the need for lawyers with technical expertise. We see ourselves as a part of the global endeavour to integrate technology and law to build technical lawyers with expertise to deal with the legal issues in the interface of technology and law. As such we are the only Law School with a technology focus.
About MCIP 2.0
With most of the research conferences and gatherings aimed at either undergraduates or research scholars, there is a dearth of research platforms for students at the masters’ level. Such a dearth is unfortunate, as it indicates our failure as a society to capitalize on the expertise of the masters’ students. MCIP aims at being the first of its kind to provide a research platform dedicated solely to masters’ students.
In MCIP 1.0, the main theme was “IP AND SOCIETY”. We received a positive response both on a national as well as international level. A selection of 30 papers was made for the conference to maintain the quality of the presentations in the conference. The last edition also had a policy hackathon competition that was open for undergraduate students also
In this edition of MCIP 2.0, the main theme is “IP and DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: LAW, POLICY and SOCIETY” With the uniqueness of the law school, this conference is open to law students as well as engineers, scientists, philosophers and to all other domains with which the theme has a direct or indirect connection. So that they can bring their unique ideas. This time there is a “NATIONAL IPR QUIZ COMPETITION” also. This competition is open for all UG, PG, and PhD students.
IP and Digital Technologies: Law, Policy and Society.
MCIP 2.0 has a plethora of non-exhaustive sub-themes to offer. The author may make a suitable choice from the given sub-theme or any other topic which is tangent to the main theme.
- DIGITAL INNOVATIONS
- DIGITAL SOCIETY AND CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES
- DIGITAL HEALTH AND INTERNET PHARMACY
- DIGITAL HEALTH INTERVENTIONS IN THE VIEW OF PANDEMIC AND IP INTERFACE.
- DIGITAL CONTRACTS: IP INTERLINK
- IP AND E-COMMERCE: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
- CYBER SECURITY: LEGAL CHALLENGES
- DIGITAL PORTALS AND SEXUAL OFFENCES
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
- SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION
- TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY AND DIGITAL INTERVENTIONS
- DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGAL REFORMS
- DIGITAL PLATFORMS AND FUNCTIONING OF COURTS IN INDIA
- DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
- DIGITAL MEDIA AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW
- Submission of Abstract: 10th February
- Confirmation of Abstract: 13th February
- Full Paper Submission: 15th March*
*IF THE PAPER IS FOUND NOT FULFILLING THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS, THE PAPER SHALL BE RETURNED TO THE AUTHORS FOR CORRECTION
The submission is to be made on 10th FEBRUARY
The maximum word limit allowed for the abstract is 300 words inclusive of five keywords.
- The abstract should mention the following aspects of the paper:
- Author details: Name, Institution, Designation (Year), Contact number, Email ID
- Problem Statement
- A brief outline of the paper (tentative)
The abstract should follow the following formatting guidelines:
- The submission shall be in doc/docx
- The font shall be Times New Roman, 12 font size 1.5 spacing and Justified
- Abstract shall be submitted at [email protected]
The submission is to be made on 15th MARCH
The maximum word limit allowed for the full paper is 8000 words, including footnotes.
The paper should follow the following formatting guidelines:
- The submission shall be in doc/Docx
- The font shall be Times New Roman, 12 font size 1.5 spacing and
- All citations are to be made using the Harvard referencing style (author-date).
- References should be provided only at the end of the
- All the authors are required to use any of the similarity index tools such as Turnitin and submit a report of the similarity report of the full
Participants are required to pay the registration fee only after their abstracts have been approved.
- Single Student: 600 INR
- Each Co-Author: 600 INR
- Faculty: 1000 INR
- International Participants: $27/2000 INR
- Participation in all the sessions of the conference
- Certificate from RGSOIPL, IIT Kharagpur
- Free authors’ copy for all the publications emanating from the conference
- Mobile No
- Vaishali Patel: +91 78449 05669
- Ridhi Singhal: +91 70815 48257
- Yadnesh Kulkarni: +91 92847 43852
- Atul Kumar Dubey: +91 96549 41690
Submitted By: Atul Kumar Dubey