Call for Blogs on Emerging Technologies by RGNUL Student Research Review (RSRR)

The RGNUL Student Research Review (RSRR) Editorial Board invites submissions from students, academicians, lawyers, and other professionals from the legal fraternity on Emerging Technologies: Addressing Issues of Law and Policy.


The Indian Government may soon remodel the Information Technology Act (IT Act) of 2000 in order to keep pace with the significant developments that have taken place in the technology sector.

The challenges posed by the new technologies must be tackled with a robust framework given the upsurge in the number of issues plaguing this sector and the increase in the number of consumers in the digital sphere.


Legal practitioners, academicians, students, and members of the legal fraternity may submit.


  • Government to Revamp the IT Act – De-risking the Internet and India’s Atmanirbhar Internet
  • Cyber Warfare & Cyber Terrorism
  • Transition to Green Economies: Legal Initiatives and Challenges
  • Legal Personhood to AI in the 21st Century: A Legitimate Demand?
  • Humans and Technological Implants: Analysing the Sufficiency of the Existing Legal Framework
  • Advancements in Biotechnology: Legal Issues & The Need for Solutions
  • Metaverse: Manifold Concerns & Dearth of Laws
  • Upsurge in Cyber Crimes: Grey Areas in Law and the Need for Regulations
  • The Ever-transposing Contours of Fintech: Regulation & Compliance

Note: These sub themes are merely illustrative. Submissions need not be restricted to this list, as long as they fall within the ambit of the main theme.


All submissions must be in Garamond, font size 12, spacing 1.5.


  • Manuscripts must include hyperlinks for relevant legal sources and other information, including any laws, legal documents, or facts that are mentioned.
  • The Hyperlinks must only link to legal or reliable/ respected news sources. Deviations or interpretations of existing literature should preferably be referenced as endnotes to give due credit to the original author.
  • Relevant legal sources that cannot be accessed online may be referenced as endnotes.
  • The endnotes should be in Garamond, font size 10, single-spaced.
  • Endnotes should be in Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC) format.
  • The word limit for each post is 1200-1500 words (exclusive of endnotes).
  • Authors are required to provide an abstract of 100-150 words along with keywords that represent the essence of the submission. The abstract is to be submitted along with the article itself.
  • The entries should be submitted only in .doc/.docx format.
  • Entries that will be selected after the review stages shall be published on the RSRR Website.
  • 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.
  • In case of plagiarism found in the contents of the submitted manuscript, the manuscript shall be subject to rejection. The Plagiarism Policy can be accessed here.
  • Copyright of all blog posts shall remain with RGNUL Student Research Review.
  • All moral rights shall vest with the author(s).
  • The manuscripts not abiding by the above guidelines are liable to be rejected.


All the submissions must be made through this link.


July 30, 2022


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