The National Law Institute University has been successful in instituting a sense of broad perspective along with scholastic and reflexive capabilities bearing in mind larger national and humanitarian goals in its student’s Legal education never received the attention they deserved in this country. It is a paradox that the Constitution ushered in the ideal of rule of law and adopted the policy of development through law but little attention was paid to legal studies. For almost half a century study of Law in Indian universities has been in the doldrums. It was increasingly realized by the professionals and academicians that the system of law teaching was thoroughly inadequate, unimaginative, and divorced from the major public issues of the day but attempts to change that have been few and far between
About the Cell for Law and Technology (CLT)
Cell for Law and Technology (CLT) is a cell constituted at National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal. It aims to create and promote an environment of debate- discussion on issues relating to Technology Law.
The Cell for Law and Technology was formed on 4th October 2019. The Cell’s main idea was to spread awareness and beat the curve when it comes to niche areas like Technology Law. Through this blog, they aim to facilitate dialogue on recent national and international developments in laws regarding technology. With the recent boom of the internet in the last decade, technology has touched if not all ten most aspects of our lives such as business, innovation, sports, fashion, media, and entertainment, to name a few.
About the Blog for Law and Technology (BLT)
The Blog for Law and Technology (BLT) is one of our many initiatives to further the aim of contributing to the academic discourse in the field of Technology Law.
BLT is a student-run, blind peer-reviewed blog founded with the objective of facilitating research in the field of technological advancements and their interaction with law. It introduces students to myriad aspects of technology laws by organizing academic endeavors which include talk shows, workshops, fests and regular snippets on the related contemporary issues.
Innovation in Telecommunication, Media and Technology (TMT) is moving at a much faster rate for legal institutions to regulate the pace of technological advancement. Technologies like virtual reality, artificial intelligence and blockchain are bringing a paradigmatic shift in the physical world. This paradigmatic shift calls for a much-needed overhaul of TMTs interventions in our lives. Hence, the Blog aims to facilitate discussions related to the legal and regulatory policy considerations for technological advancements and much-needed legal framework around them.
The submission could be about any technological development or any aspect of the technology law regime.
- Word Limit: 900-1200 words.
- Co-authorship of a maximum of 2 persons is permitted.
- The author(s) bear sole responsibility for the accuracy of facts, opinions or views stated in the submitted Manuscript.
- Copyright of all blog posts shall remain with CLT.
- All moral rights shall vest with the author(s).
- Detailed Guidelines – https://clt.nliu.ac.in/?page_id=49
Submission Procedure and Dates
- Submissions will only be accepted via the Blog Submission Form:
- Submission Dates: Submissions to the blog shall be accepted on a rolling basis and shall be open to students, academicians and professionals.
In case of any queries, reach out to them at [email protected]
For more details please visit https://clt.nliu.ac.in/.
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