Call for Blogs
: Tech Law Forum Blog of NALSAR (TLF)
: Submissions on a Rolling Basis
About the organisation
NALSAR University of Law, officially the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, is a premier legal studies institution located in Shamirpet, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
The Tech Law Forum Blog is a branch of the TechLawForum, an initiative of the students of NALSAR University of Law. TLF is aimed at creating and promoting an environment of debate and discussion on issues related to Technology Law.
About the Blog
The TLF Blog is now in its fourth year and having previously been cited by eminent institutions has been garnering increasing visibility year on year. The blog is currently staffed by five editors selected through a test open to all students of NALSAR; you can learn more about the editors here.
The blog is now accepting original submissions from students, practitioners and academicians on a rolling basis. If you are interested in the field of Tech Law and have an opinion or an idea that you would like to put out, this Blog is meant to provide a platform for you.
Authors may choose to write on specific aspects of the following broad themes:
- Intermediary Liability
- Data Protection
- Algorithmic Decision Making
- Regulation of Cryptocurrencies
- Content Moderation and Online Freedom of Expression
- Increasing Digital Literacy
- Digital Intellectual Property
- Cyber Crimes
- Competition Law in Online Market Structures
Please note that these are mere suggestions, and authors need not restrict themselves to these themes as long as their topic is within the aforementioned scope of the TLF blog.
- The topic should be within the scope of the blog, i.e. related to technology and law. For reference, please check out the blog. A topic recently in the news is preferred. If you’re unsure about your topic, do write to us.
- The post should preferably make an argument or assertion substantiated by facts. Language need not be strictly academic (like say a research paper), but it should be formal.
- There is no strict word limit, however, we prefer posts of around 800-1000 words. We strongly recommend that longer posts be split into multiple parts, for better readability.
- Usage of hyperlinks as compared to citations is encouraged.
- There is no limit to the number of posts that can be submitted.
Please email your posts to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: “Submission for TLF Blog”. The submissions will be subjected to an editorial review, post which a decision on their publication will be made.
for any queries, doubts and clarifications. Email – email@example.com