GD Goenka University, School of Law is organizing its 2nd International Conference on “Regulation of Emerging Technologies and Artificial Intelligence in a Globalized Legal Regime” to be held on December 3 and 4, 2022.


The legal field has reached a phase where interweaving emerging technologies with the law is not just pertinent rather it has become inevitable. Specifically post the unprecedented pandemic, the use of technology in the legal sphere has become even more relevant than before. Moreover, the ‘Global society’ better known as ‘Globalization’ stirred with ‘Technology’ has brought remarkable transformations in the economy, politics, and society. This has brought better and advanced opportunities to mutate the legal arena.

Emerging technologies such as Educational Technologies, Electric Vehicles (EV), Biotechnology, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Non-Fungible tokens (NFT), etc., are redefining the mode of transportation, remote learning, investment, and human health. These technologies have an irrefutable influence on the global level, both constructive and cynical. For instance, Artificial Intelligence which is used to perform arduous tasks in fractions of seconds through machine learning has also been misused by incorporating this revolutionary technology into hacking, deep-fakes, and weaponization programs.


Academicians, Researchers, Advocates, Students and NGOs/civil societies.


In the above background, the School of Law, GD Goenka University extends a warm invitation to the participants to contribute their original research work on the following sub-themes:  

  • AI, Data Protection and IPR
    • Law, Artificial Intelligence and New Technologies
    • Big Data and Law
    • Law Relating to Robotics
    • Data Protection Law
    • Intellectual Property Right and Technology
  • Law of Crimes and Technology –
    • Administration of Criminal Justice System and Artificial Intelligence
    • Sexual Offences, Cyberspace and Internet
    • Online Sextortion
    • Digital Evidences and Law
    • Recent Developments in the Forensic Law
    • Interface Between Law & Technology in Criminal Justice Administration
    • Organized Crime and Technology
    • Transnational Digital Crimes
  • Society, Human Rights, Law and Technology –
    • Recent Developments in the Laws Relating to Social Media
    • Social Media Laws and Limits of Government Interventions.
    • Legal Liabilities Related to Social Media
    • Social Equality During COVID-19 and Role of Cyberspace
    • Society, Religion, Law and Technology
    • Law, Education and Technology
    • Gender, Identity, Politics, Law and Technology
    • Human Rights, Law and Technology
    • Juvenile Justice Law and Technology
    • Law, Literature and Technology
    • International Humanitarian Law and Technology
  • Cyber Security & Law
    • International Regime of Cyber Security Regulations
    • Cybersecurity crisis management and Law
    • Cyberstalking
    • Hacking Laws and Punishment – An International Approach
    • Cyberbullying
    • Cyber Crime and IPC
    • Trespass, Squatting and Cybercrime Against Property
    • Cybersecurity and Privacy Rights
    • Harassment and Cyber Security
    • Privacy in Cyber Space
  • Digitalization and Currency
    • Cryptocurrency as a Digital Asset
    • Bitcoin Regime and Law
    • Digital Assets and Gaming
    • Laws Relating to Mining of Cryptocurrency
    • Mining of Cryptos and Environmental Protection.
    • Law Governing Virtual Currencies
    • Regulation of Block chain Technology
    • Regulation of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)
    • Digital Assets and Insider Trading
    • Digital Assets and Market Manipulations
  • Clearnet, Deepnet, Darknet and Internet Regulation
    • Regulation of Clearnet
    • Deep & Dark Net – International Approach
    • Crime and the Internet
    • Laws Relating to The Dark Net in India
    • Laws Relating to Deep Net in India
    • Law & Internet of Things (IoT)
    • Regulating the Smart Devices
    • Regulating the Marketplace on the Dark Web
    • Legality of accessing Dark Net
    • Public policy perspective of the Dark Net and Deep Net
    • Regulating Unlawful Transactions on the Dark Net.
  • Trade, Law & Technology
    • Credit card fraud or Debit Card Fraud
    • Financial Crimes and Technology
    • International Trade, Law and Technology
    • WTO Law & Technology
    • Laws Governing Online Contract and Issue of Jurisdictions
    • International Economic Law and Technology
    • Commercial Transactions, Law and Technology
    • Regulations of Payment Platforms
    • SWIFT Regulation
    • Recent Developments in the Laws Relating to e -commerce
    • Jurisdictional Aspect in e-commerce
    • Online Trade in Illicit Goods
  • Miscellaneous Issues in Law & Technology
    • Food Processing Technology and Law
    • Drone Technology, National Security and Law
    • Media Trial in the Age of Internet
    • Impersonation and Identity Theft
    • Digital Medicines and Law
    • Latest Development in Regulation of Telecom Sector
    • Industrial & Environmental Issues and The Role of Technology
    • Regulating E – Discovery
    • Electronic lawsuit
    • E-Courts
    • Regulation of Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Quantum Physics

Note: – Papers on any other topic is also taken into consideration, directly or indirectly related to the main theme.


  1. Length of full paper – Not more than 6,000 words (including footnotes)
  2. Font – Times New Roman
  3. Font Size – 12 (Line spacing 1.5 and alignment “justify” with 1″ margin on all sides)
  4. Foot Notes – Please ensure that the footnotes are formatted correctly and consistently, in accordance with 20th Blue Book Edition with Times New Roman font size 10
  5. Pages to be numbered – Bottom of the page, at the center – numbered as 1, 2, 3, etc.
  6. Style for headings – Chapter Title: All in caps, bold, centered.
  7. Style for subheadings:
    • Level 1: Headline style – capital, bold, left aligned, underlined.
    • Level 2: Headline style – bold, italics, left aligned.
    • Level 3: Headline style – italics, left aligned.
  8. The paper must be submitted in word document (.doc or .docx) format only.
  9. Research paper must highlight specific research problem/Issue and appropriate research methodology.
  10. Every research paper must contain the Abstract of 350 to 400 words.
  11. Authors are requested to provide their brief profile with E-mail ID, contact number and affiliation at the end of the paper.
  12. All submissions must be the author’s original and unpublished work. Similarity Index should not exceed 15%.
  13. In case of co-authorship at least one author must attend the seminar to present the paper.
  14. Link for submission of full paper will be sent after August 20, 2022 after approval of abstract.


  • Abstracts Submission: October 31, 2022
  • Notification for approved abstracts:  On or before November 2, 2022
  • Complete paper submission along with registration fees: November 29, 2022
  • Date of Conference: December 3-4, 2022

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