The Society for Technology and Law, National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam has released a Call for Blogs for its Law Review Blog: Synthesis. Rolling Submissions!

About the Society for Technology and Law 

The Society for Technology and Law at the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam, is dedicated to fostering excellence in academic research in the dynamic field of technology law. Committed to producing top-tier research, it seeks to elevate discourse in the dynamic intersection of technology and law. The society aims to raise awareness and disseminate knowledge, propelling forward the understanding of this evolving field. Through its initiatives, it endeavours to create a robust platform for intellectual exchange, ensuring a nuanced comprehension of the intricate relationship between technology and the legal landscape.

About Synthesis: The Law Review Blog of Society for Technology and Law 

The Society for Technology and Law’s Law Review Blog stands as a premier platform for scholarly discourse at the nexus of law and technology. Exploring cutting-edge subjects, it offers insightful perspectives on the evolving legal landscape. Featured themes include:

  • Cybersecurity and Privacy Law
  • Artificial Intelligence and Ethics
  • Blockchain and Legal Implications
  • E-Governance and Digital Rights
  • Data Protection and Regulatory Compliance
  • Telecommunications Law in the Digital Age
  • Emerging Technologies and Intellectual Property
  • Internet of Things (IoT) and Legal Challenges
  • Smart Contracts and Contractual Governance
  • Legal Challenges in Space and Technology Exploration

Note: This list is suggestive, not exhaustive. Authors are encouraged to contribute on any pertinent theme within the dynamic realm of technology and law, fostering a diverse and comprehensive dialogue on emerging legal issues.

Submission Guidelines

Synthesis accepts submissions on rolling-basis. 

Authors are allowed to co-author submissions, limited to a maximum of two authors. Submitted manuscripts must be original and should not have been published elsewhere. Professionals, academicians, students (including UG, PG and PhD students) from all educational streams (not just limited to law as the Society for Technology and Law aims to be a diverse platform encouraging interdisciplinary research) are encouraged to submit their pieces. 

Any form of plagiarism will lead to disqualification from publication on our platform. Manuscripts should not exceed 1800 words, excluding endnotes. Longer submissions may be considered for publication in parts, subject to editorial discretion, and authors should discuss this possibility with the Editorial Board.

The formatting requirements include using Garamond font, size 14, in Small Caps and bold for the title, and Garamond font, size 12, with 1.5 line spacing for the body. Hyperlinks should be used in the body for all references, including supporting materials and legal texts. In cases where no hyperlink is available, endnotes can be used in any uniform citation style. Speaking endnotes or footnotes are not permitted.

Submissions must be in Microsoft Word format (‘.doc’ or ‘.docx’). A submission form is available, and authors are required to fill it out, here

Authors should include 4-5 keywords relevant to the theme and also provide a brief description (within 80 to 100 words) of their piece in the submission form. 

The evaluation criteria for submissions include the relevance of the article, content quality, language proficiency, and a preference for perspectives not adequately covered elsewhere. 

Contact Us

For more information, please reach out to Alternatively, you can contact-


Ms. Shruti Srivastava


Mr. Aneesh Raj 

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