The dynamic nature of the internet requires us to revisit the traditional frameworks and explore more enabling policies for regulating competition in digital space. To encourage critical thinking and public speaking on inter-disciplinary issues the motion for the rounds will be based on ‘Competition Law in the Digital Space.’
Guidelines for the Competition
Students/research scholars enrolled in any UG/PG/Ph.D. course from any university are eligible to participate in the competition.
Note: Prior knowledge of law is not prerequisite for participation. The motions will be framed keeping in mind the interests of all the participants and short explainers shall also be released by the organisers on their social media platforms to assist the participants in their preparation.
Interested participants are required to register through the link given at the end of this post.
Fee: Rs. 100 per participant
For any further information/clarification, please reach out to The Law and Technology Society at lawtech[at]nls.ac.in
Shubh Mittal (Convener): 8604133361
Shantanu Mishra (Joint-Convener): 9140452335
The Law and Technology Society of NLSIU, Bangalore is a group committed to exploring the boundless contours of the intriguing interface between law and technology. The main objective of Society is to develop up-to-date learning opportunities in this field by organizing a series of fantastic events. The Dialogue is a research-driven think-tank working on the intersection of technology, society, and public policy. By facilitating informed policy debates at various levels, it aims to drive a progressive narrative in India’s policy discourse.