The School of Law organised the International Conference on Interface between Technology and Law: Moving towards Digital India’ on 5 Nov 2018. The conference was inaugurated by Mr Jozef Drofenik, Ambassador and Plenipotentiary, Republic of Slovenia, accompanied by First Lady Dr Ala Adamia, Romania. Mr Drofenik spoke on the impact of technology on law by giving a brief acumen of law employing new technologies to pursue goals which were pursued by other technologies in the past like e-document, e-signature, payment of obligations through e-money and discussed their position in other European nations.

The keynote address at the event was delivered by Prof. Nuzhat Praveen Khan, Head and Dean, Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia. She highlighted issues related to technological advancements of society which have given intensification alarms in relation to integrity and security of cyber space, social networking sites, information, trust and privacy, consumer protection, taxation issues, jurisdictional questions, issues related to intellectual property rights and electronic transactions etc. The inaugural session was followed by three technical sessions under different themes. 69 delegates from across the country, including two foreign delegates, participated in the Conference. Participants received Certificates for Paper Presentation.