Objectives of the e-Conference 

The ‘International e-Conference on AI and Law’ will help participants involved  either in industry or within academia become aware of the new developments in  AI in law and be more efficient and successful. This e-conference will further  help the participants to: 

Develop insight and knowledge about Artificial Intelligence.

Understand the application of Artificial Intelligence in the legal industry.

Understand the scope and future of Artificial Intelligence in the field of  law. 

Understand the limitations with respect to the constitutional validity of  Artificial Intelligence and discuss regulatory issues associated with the  application.

Themes of the e-Conference 

  1. AI and Human Rights 

o AI and Ethics 

o AI and Legal Personality 

o AI as Sentient 

  1. AI and Sustainable Development 

o AI in Health and Medicine 

o AI in Economic Growth and Decent Work

o AI and Environment Protection 

o AI and Quality Education 

o AI, Peace and Justice 

  1. AI and Constitutional Law 

o AI and Privacy 

o AI and Fundamental Rights 

  1. AI and Regulatory Framework 

o AI and International Law 

o AI and Indian Legal System 

o AI and Cybercrimes 

o AI and Civil Liability 

  1. AI and Intellectual Property Rights 

o AI and Copyright 

o AI and Patent 

o AI and Other Intellectual Properties 

  1. AI and its Applications 

o AI and Governance 

o AI and Digital Forensics 

o AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning

e-Conference Structure 

The tentative e-conference schedule shall be as follows: 

Day  Timings  Head/Session
17 November 2022 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM  Inaugural Session
11:45 AM to 01:15 PM  Technical Session 1
01:15 PM to 02:00 PM  LUNCH
02:00 PM to 03:30 PM  Technical Session 2
03:45 PM to 05:15 PM  Technical Session 3
18 November 2022 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM  Technical Session 4
11:45 AM to 01:15 PM  Technical Session 5
01:15 PM to 02:00 PM  LUNCH
02:00 PM to 03:30 PM  Technical Session 6
03:45 PM to 05:15 PM  Valedictory Session


Note: Each technical session will have maximum of 5 Paper Presentations each. 

Full Academic Paper Sessions 

Individually authored or co-authored research papers will be presented in three  sessions. The presenter/s will be given ten minutes to present their work and five minutes for discussion/questions. The author needs to send an abstract of  500 words, with a list of 3-5 keywords. 

Submission Guidelines 

The authors are required to identify the broad theme for their proposed  research paper to help us allocate the subject expert for the review of their  research paper. 

An author may write the research paper with a maximum of two co authors. 

The submitted research papers will be evaluated based on relevance to  the theme and broad topics of the e-Conference, originality of the  research paper, policy significance and engagement with the broader  research area of Artificial Intelligence and Law. The papers may be  theoretical, applied, or policy-oriented. 

The presented papers will be published in the form of a book with ISBN  after the author incorporates the suggestions/changes suggested during the discussion/questions session. 

Other than paper presenters, any other research scholar or working  professionals, who wish to participate in the seminar, are welcome to  register and attend the e-Conference. 

Abstract and Full Paper Submission 

The abstract for the full academic paper should reach us on or before 10 October 2022. A minimum of two subject experts will review the abstract, and  the selected presenters will be notified by 17 October 2022. The accepted  presenters should send their full papers by 7 November 2022. Abstract and full  papers should be sent to aiandlaw@nliu.ac.in. 

Paper Submission Guidelines 

Abstract/ Full Paper should have a cover page containing: 

(a) Full name and Designation along with  Institution/Organization/University and Professional/Educational  details; 

(b) Email address and telephone number. 

The submission should be in MS word, i.e., doc/docx format, with the following specification: 

(a) Font: Times New Roman 

(b) Line Spacing: 1.5 Points 

(c) Font Size: 

Title : 16 Points  

Sub-Title : 14 Points  

Text : 12 Points 

OSCOLA Citation method should be followed. 

Word Limit: 

Abstract: 500 Words;  

Full Paper: 3000 to 5000 Words. 

Open to 




Cyber Professionals 

Cyber Stakeholders 

Cyber Forensic Experts 


Information Technology Professionals

Registration Fees 

The registration fee for the paper presenters and participants: 

Indian Participants: Rs. 300/-. 

Indian Paper Presenter (Single Author): Rs. 500/-. 

Indian Paper Presenter (Co-Authors): Rs. 800/-. 

Foreign Participants: USD 5 

Foreign Paper Presenter (Single Author): USD 10 

Foreign Paper Presenter (Co-Authors): USD 15 

The paper presenters and participants may remit the registration fee on the link  provided below: 



The three best research papers and three best paper presenters in the e Conference will be awarded. The prize money shall be as follows:

S. No.  Position  Prize Amount
1.  First  Rs. 8,000/- [USD 100]
2.  Second  Rs. 6,000/- [USD 75]
3.  Third  Rs. 4,000/- [USD 50]

To register, please click on the registration link below: 


*Prior registration is mandatory for paper presenters as well as participants. 

*All the paper presenters and participants will receive the link to join the e Conference on 16 November 2022. The participants are advised to join the e Conference ten minutes before the inaugural session. 

*All paper presenters and participants of the e-Conference will receive an  electronic certificate.  

*In case of any query, contact: aiandlaw@nliu.ac.in. 

Important Dates 

Abstract Submission : 10 October 2022 

Notification of Selected Papers : 17 October 2022 

Submission of Full Paper : 7 November 2022 

Last Date of Registration : 15 November 2022 

e-Conference Date : 17-18 November 2022

For any queries,

Abhavya Rabra

Contact No- 6260478834


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