International Conference on "Emerging Trends and Its Impact on Law" (ETTIL-2022)
The study of the interaction of law with the ever-changing technology is a more critical matter now than ever before. Science and technology have profoundly influenced the course of human civilization and provided us with insights into the world we live in. It has played an essential role in transforming India and the world into modern and industrialized societies. Technology has evolved into various legal fields such as intellectual property rights, cyber law, space law, biotechnology, medical laws, environment laws, evidence law and even human rights. The prime motto of this conference was to widen the awareness of the interconnectedness of law, science and technology among academicians, research scholars, students and even the common masses. It's a matter of great pride that the Faculty of Law in collaboration with the Department of Computer Application has successfully organized an International Conference on "Emerging Trends and Its Impact on Law" (ETTIL-2022), in virtual mode on 29th -30th March 2022. Through this conference, the department has introduced an online public forum where notable speakers, passionate faculty members, afresh researchers and interested participants virtually linked altogether for sharing their opinions and philosophies in their respective fields. The eminent speakers from International and National institutions of repute have graced the event with their presence. In total 70 papers were received for publication in an Edited Book. The presenters have given Oral Presentations through the Google Meet platform on different tracks. All the invited talks delivered by the distinguished speakers will certainly convey probable awareness and constructive support of Technological impacts in Law and will positively empower us to align with trending technologies.
The Inaugural Session (https://bit.ly/3u6hXCv) was started by Dr. Shipra Mishra, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law. Dr. Naseem Ahmed, Organizing Chair ETTIL & Dean Faculty of Law delivered the welcome address. The event was graced with the presence of Honorable ProChancellor Integral University and Patron of ETTIL, Dr. Syed Nadeem Akhtar, who addressed the virtual gathering with his gracious presence and welcomed eminent speakers: Prof. Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law, Dr. Pawan Duggal, Advocate, Supreme Court of India, Dr. Celestine Iwendi, Professor, University of Bolton and Prof. Nishtha Jaswal, Vice-Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh National Law University (HPNLU). The session concluded with the vote of thanks by Dr. Abhishek Kumar Singh, Convener ETTIL. Day 1 ( 29th March 2022) Plenary Session Prof. Faizan Mustafa Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law, India https://bit.ly/3u6hXCv He has given unmatched informative content regarding Law and Technology. He expressed his views on the study of the interaction of Law with the ever-changing technology that has profoundly influenced the course of human civilization and provided us with insights into the world we live in.
Invited Talk 1 Dr. Pawan Duggal Advocate, Supreme Court of India https://bit.ly/3u6hXCv He expressed his views on the theme, emphasizing technology that played an essential role in transforming India and the world into a modern and industrialized society. He discussed how legal education is inextricably linked to delivering a fair and transparent dispensation of justice. Invited Talk 2 Dr. Celestine Iwendi Professor, University of Bolton https://bit.ly/3u6hXCv He discussed his views on the evolution of technology into various legal fields such as IPR, Cyber Laws, Space Laws, Human Rights, and Environment Laws that focus on intensifying efforts to deliver views on the interconnectedness of Law and Technology. Day 2 ( 30th March 2022) Distinguished Guest Prof. Nishtha Jaswal Vice-Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh National Law University https://bit.ly/3NEeoei She talked about how an equilibrium should be maintained while using technology, i.e. what to share and what not to. She also discussed how technology hinders the right to privacy of a person and how it has many negative aspects. Valedictory Session (https://bit.ly/3NEeoei) commenced with a fresh spirit by Ms. Nashra Javed, Organizing Secretary, ETTIL with a brief overview of the conference. Honorable Registrar Integral University, Prof. Mohammad Haris Siddiqui addressed the guest, encouraged the participants to get benefited from these kinds of events and also appreciated the efforts taken by the Organizing Committee for the smooth conduct of the conference. Dean, Faculty of Doctoral Studies & Research & Dean, Faculty of Computer Application, Prof. T. Usmani, thanked the guest for his valuable presence and motivated our faculty members, students and participants with his words of wisdom. The invited Talk by the Guest of Honor, Vice-Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh National Law University (HPNLU), Prof. (Dr.) Nishtha Jaswal was very informative and motivating for the participants. The conference concluded through a Vote of Thanks by Dr. Mohammad Faisal, Organizing Chair ETTIL. This conference couldn't be possible without the constant support and motivation from all the Patrons. All the event-related activities were well-coordinated by the Organizing Committee Members (https://sites.google.com/iul.ac.in/ettilp2022/committees), who put their best efforts into the success of this event. Overall, conference management was artfully administered by Conveners Dr. Tasneem Ahmed and Dr. Abhishek Kumar Singh and the Organizing Secretaries Dr. Yashfeen Ali and Ms. Nashra Javed who skillfully coordinated all the sessions and left no stone unturned for the smooth conduct of the event.