||The Indian Journal of Law and Technology , India
||Volume :- , Issue :- , Month :- Please Select , Year :- 1665
||Print ISSN :- , Online ISSN :- 0973-0362
|Nature of Journal
||Justice S. Ravinder Bhat Judge, Supreme Court of India, Justice Prathiba Singh Judge, Delhi High Court, Dr. Graham Greenleaf Professor of Law, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; Co-Dire
The Indian Journal of Law and Technology (IJLT) (ISSN : 0973-0362) is an open-access, peer-reviewed, student-run law journal published annually by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore.
Established in 2005, IJLT is the first and only law journal in India devoted exclusively to the study of the interface between law and technology. IJLT also runs a blog to publish short articles on contemporary developments and organises lectures and conferences to promote interest and scholarship in the field of law and technology in India.
Guidelines: Submissions must be submitted using this form. Submissions should be compulsorily on topics falling within technology law and its related areas. An abstract (not more than 250 words) must be submitted, concurrently with the manuscript. Submissions must be in English only. Co-authorship (up to a maximum of 3 authors) is permitted. The body of the paper shall be in Times New Roman, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should be in Times New Roman, size 10 single line spacing. Kindly follow the OSCOLA (4th edition) style of citation. All submissions must be original, unpublished and not under consideration by any other journal/forum. Please send in your submissions in MS/Open Word (*.doc OR *.docx) IJLT shall get back with reviews in 4-6 weeks. Deadline: IJLT accepts submissions on a rolling basis. For any further queries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: IJLT is a UGC-CARE (University Grant Commission - Consortium for Academic and Research Ethics) indexed Journal. IJLT does not charge any monetary fees to authors at any stage. IJLT aims to publish novel and analytical scholarship to contribute to the global literature on technology law. Descriptive, non-novel submissions are thus discouraged. The Editorial Board may take upto 5 weeks to respond to a submission with a preliminary review.