Legis Orbis e-Seminar on “Life, Liberty and Privacy” in association with Lexis Nexis [30 slots for professionals | 20 slots for students] Register before July 01, 2020
Title of Seminar - Life, Liberty & Privacy: The Indian Jurisprudence on Individual’s Data Privacy
Well researched original research papers, articles and case studies are invited from the academics, practitioners, researchers, students and other stakeholders working and interested in the field of data protection in India.
Only one co-author is permitted.
Co-author is also required to pay registration charges.
Research papers shall be subject to the approval of Editorial Board for inclusion in the seminar proceedings. All research papers shall be subject to scrutiny of anti- plagiarism software. Selected papers will be published in an edited book (special edition) with ISBN Number within one month of the completion of the e-Seminar. The above identified issues/sub‐themes are only illustrative. Participants may select the related topics covered under the main theme.
GUIDELINES FOR SEMINAR PAPERS
Participants who intend to present their research papers in the seminar are required to submit the Abstract of their paper before 08 July, 2020 through e-mail.
The word limit for abstract is 300 – 350 words.
The abstract should contain a brief profile of the author including e-mail ID, contact number and official address.
The word limit for Research Paper is 1500-2000 words (maximum) (excluding footnotes).
It must be typed in Times New Roman Font Size 12 on A4 size paper with 1” margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should follow uniform style of citation.
Authors are advised to strictly follow the Bluebook (19th ed.) citation format.
At the time of submission, authors need to specify in the subject ‘e-Seminar: Abstract/Full paper - with Title of the paper’.
Participants are required to submit the Research paper/ Articles on or before 17 July, 2020 [5:00 pm IST] through e-mail.
Articles received after the stipulated deadline will not be entertained for participation in the seminar. In such cases, no claim for refund of the registration fees or the extension of the submission deadline would be entertained.
The Seminar is meant for professionals, lawyers, judges, academicians, researchers, think tanks, students, members of industry and presiding officers of various regulatory bodies.