The Globalite Colloquiums - May Edition
May 3, 2020
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW: PHILOSOPHY, TECHNOLOGY AND THEORY
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW: ECONOMICS AND MARKET ETHICS
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW: DATA ETHICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
This is the Deadline for Submitting Abstract(s).
May 8, 2020
Hold tight as we will intimate about your abstract's selection within 3 working days.
Within 3 Working Days
Day of the Colloquium
May 10, 2020
The Final Paper is required to be submitted by the above deadline.
May 30, 2020
Overview of the Colloquiums
Our team at Internationalism believes in academic innovation and skill development in the field of legal research. To encourage an accessible and feasible form of research and development activities in law and international affairs, we intend to organize colloquiums with relevant stakeholders who are currently involved with the field of legal and social science education, i.e., academic institutions, research centres, legal think-tanks, bar associations, government agencies and other relevant stakeholders.
In the Colloquiums, we intend to invite students, scholars and professionals to present and discuss their research ideas in various fields of international law and relations via their research proposals. There are two methods which we propose to implement.
This May, in collaboration with Indian Society for Artificial Intelligence and Law, we are organizing the Colloquiums on the theme of AI Ethics and Law.
- Research Review Sessions
How the Colloquiums Work
The Colloquiums is divided into two sessions as follows:
Lectures: The first part of a Colloquium can be Lectures by esteemed educationists, professionals and academicians.
Research Review Sessions: These are classroom sessions, where students, professionals and academicians can propose their research idea (abstract/proposal) - which shall be discussed among the participants and analysed by two or more faculty members.
The Lectures are 20-30-minute lecture sessions in which we can invite esteemed speakers in the field of International Law, Jurisprudence and Global Constitutional Law to present their lecture proposals, which are in one of the categories given below:
Informative and exploratory lectures - will be published after the colloquiums.
Argumentative lectures with hypothesis and propositions - will be published after the colloquiums.
Reflective and case-study based lectures - will be published after the colloquiums.
The Research Review Sessions are classroom sessions involving students, professionals and academicians to present their research proposals or abstracts like conference/seminars paper presentations.
This is not a paper presentation session. The proposals must reflect the flow of research of the paper they intend to publish with us in proposition; The proposal can propose, reflect & argue academic issues and even can be based on case-study based analysis - however, cannot be informative by nature; they can be published long articles (5,000 words and beyond);