September 22, 2023 (Kazan EXPO International Exhibition Centre)
- 7.00 am – 9.00 am – Registration of the participants
- 9.00 am – 11.00 am – Plenary session (Ilgam Shakirov conference room)
- 11.00 am – 12.00 am – Lunch break
- 12.00 am – 7.00 pm – Sessions of basic and special sections (conference rooms 5 –12)
Terms of participation in the Conference
For registered participants:
- FREE participation in plenary and section sessions of the Conference;
- Official invitations to the Conference (request should be submitted during online registration);
- Certificates of participation in the Conference (request should be submitted during online registration);
- A digital version of the Conference Works (uploaded on the Conference website).
Requirements to articles
The Conference Program Committee invites the works not published before and not submitted to other conferences of predominantly academic character, containing original results. The works of the Conference shall be published based on reviewing and competitive selection. The Program Committee may accept full papers (1 print unit, or 40,000 printed characters, including spaces), brief reports (0.5 print units), or extended report theses (up to 0.25 print units).
A participant may submit a paper for the Conference and submit an extended full paper for the partner journal.
The article is submitted electronically, in a docx format.
The article can be one of the following sizes:
- full paper (1 print unit, or 40,000 printed characters, including spaces)
- brief reports (0.5 print units, or 20,000 printed characters, including spaces)
- extended report theses (up to 0.25 print units, or up to 10,000 printed characters, including spaces)
- AuthorsSurnames_article, for example, Ivanov_Petrov_article.docx
When submitting an article, please specify the organizations where all authors work/study, as well as contact details of one of the authors.
When submitting an article, please specify the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) code in the top left orner of the article file. The UDC code can be found at: http://teacode.com/online/udc.
It is recommended to use foreign literature sources. Not more than 30% of sources may be those published before 2019.
Articles with incorrect borrowings and less than 75% of uniqueness will not be accepted for publication. Each manuscript shall be checked for potential incorrect borrowings with “Antiplagiat” system.
The article should be formatted in compliance with a template.
The Conference Program Committee expects presentations to the reports of the offline participants. All presentations will be uploaded to the Conference official website for open access.
Recommendations for making presentations:
- The presentation file must be formatted in strict compliance with the template.
- The presentation should be not longer than 10-12 slides, as a rule.
- The text of the presentation should be of illustrative character and be given as theses. A large amount of text in the presentation is not welcomed.
- The use of icons in the presentation is encouraged.
- The use of frivolous images or animation is not allowed.
- Legends to graphs and theses should be brief, on-point, and grammatically correct.
- Only two template colors should be used: dark and light, both individually and in a mixed format.
- It is forbidden to use logos and special signs of companies/organizations in the presentation.
- AuthorSurname_presentation, for example, Ivanov_presentation.pptx
The presentation should be formatted in compliance with a template.
Partner academic journals
It is a network peer-reviewed periodical scientific and practical journal devoted to the study of the synergy of digital technologies and law, as well as possible risks and threats posed by the combination of technological progress, digitalization and development of law.
The journal focuses primarily on innovative and breakthrough original research on the legal aspects of artificial intelligence and robotics technologies, virtual and augmented reality technologies, wireless communication and quantum technologies, neurotechnologies and new production technologies, big data and distributed ledger systems, industrial internet and the Internet of Things, machine learning and human-machine interfaces, cloud and bioprint technologies, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, unmanned vehicles and drones, smart contracts and tokens, digital platforms and ecosystems, metaverses and digital worlds, smart home and smart city technologies, LegalTech, FinTech, RegTech, SupTech, etc.
The journal is bilingual: all articles are published simultaneously in Russian and English. The Editorial Board independently and free of charge translates articles from one language to another.
An international peer-reviewed journal that publishing research articles on a wide range of research topics related to national and international transforming law of the 21st century.
The International Journal of Law in Changing World was created to jointly discuss and find the solutions to the legal issues that arise from the constantly changing world.
The Journal provides a platform for researchers and practitioners to impart and share knowledge in high-quality empirical and theoretical research papers, case studies, literature reviews, and book reviews.
The International Journal of Law in Changing World has two issues per year.
There is no publication fee.
The language of submitted articles is English