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About the Journal
The NFSU Journal of Law and Artificial Intelligence is the flagship journal of the School of Law, Forensic Justice and Policy Studies (National Forensic Sciences University–An Institution of National Importance, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India) Gandhinagar, India–a premier law school in India. This double-blind, peer-reviewed, international journal promotes interdisciplinary studies on law and forensic science.
The NFSU Journal of Law and Artificial Intelligence invites high-quality and original articles, case-studies, commentaries and book reviews.
The call for papers opportunity is open to academicians, research scholars, professionals and students. Authors can sent their unpublished manuscripts on Law and Artificial Intelligence.
- The manuscript should be in MS Word format.
- The word length of the contributions are as follows:
- Articles: 5000-8000 words excluding footnotes and end-notes
- Notes/Comments: 3000-4000 words
- Book Reviews: 1500-2500 words
- The articles should include an abstract 200-250 words along with 4-5 keywords.
- Authorship: All contributors who have made a substantial contribution to the submission
should be listed as authors/co-authors.
- Co-authorship: Authorship: Maximum of two authors.
- Mode of Citation: The Blue Book: A Uniform System of Citation (Nineteenth Edition).
- Formatting- Text: Times New Roman font, 12; 1.5 line spacing.
- Footnotes: Times New Roman font, 10; 1 line spacing.
Submission for Full Paper: 15th February, 2023
Authors can send the unpublished manuscript to the editor on: [email protected]
The authors can send their unpublished work on any of the following themes or any topic related to the broad area of Law and Artificial Intelligence:
- AI and Legal identification:
- Determination of Civil and Criminal liability of AI
- Determination of Legal Identity of AI
- Can robots act as a witness
- Determination of Master Agent Relationship in the case of AI
- AI and IPR
- AI and cybersecurity
- AI and data protection
- Robotic Innovation and IP
- AI and Patent Protection
- AI and Copy Right Protection
- AI and Design
- AI and Trademark Law
- Role of AI in Science & technology
- AI and Health Issues
- Technological Convergence and AI
- Ethical, Legal and Technical Issues of AI
- AI and modern Consumerism
- Using AI in serving clients
- Status of AI under Consumer Protection Act, 2019
- Tussle between current Motor Vehicle Act and automated vehicles (AVs)
- AI and Criminal Justice
- AI-assisted facial or image recognition algorithms by State Police
- Role and responsibility of ROBO- Police
- Using AI in Predictive policing tools to detect and prevent crimes
- Contemporary legal Issues
- Role of AI in Environmental Sustainability
- AI, Machine Learning and Big Data Laws and Regulations
- AI and Human Rights Issues
- Legal profession and AI
Any correspondence, questions or additional requests for information on the manuscript submission process should be sent to the NFSU Journal of Law and Artificial Intelligence editorial office: Dr. Navtika Singh Nautiyal, Assistant Professor, SLFJPS, NFSU: [email protected]
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