The University of East Anglia hosts BILETA 2014, the 29th annual conference of the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association. The theme is Legal regulation & Education: Doing the right thing? Abstracts are due Jan. 14, 2014.
Delegates are invited to submit papers relating to law, technology and legal education that examine whether existing laws target the right things’ and provide adequate protection for rights. If not, what is the right thing to do? Are educationalists doing the right thing in developing moocs, spocs, virtual learning environments etc.?
Relevant topics include: Cybercrime & Cyberwarfare, Darknet, Data protection, Domain names, e-Democracy, e-Commerce, e-Government, e-Health, e-Learning and Legal Education, e-money, Human Rights, Intellectual Property, Intermediary Regulation, Net Neutrality, Pornography, Professional Legal Practice and Surveillance.
Authors of full papers accepted and presented at the conference will be invited to submit them for consideration for special editions of the following peer reviewed journals: International Review of Law Computers & Technology (print journal) and European Journal of Law and Technology and Script-ed (open access, online journals).
Hat tip: IP and IT Conferences. mw