About Lex Novus:
The purpose of the blog is to create a platform for fostering research relating to Intellectual Property Rights and technology among the students of DSNLU. The frequency of the blog is bi-monthly, and completely run by members of SOLT under the supervision of faculty advisor.
Objectives of Lex Novus:
The blog aims to disseminate knowledge and establish channels of communication between policy makers, executives in industry, commerce and related business, and also experts in relevant research and academic institutions.
Students, Professionals, academics, researchers, and managers of IPRS and IT.
The blog publishes: original papers; review papers; case studies; conference reports; briefs and reports and news; book reviews and notes. Commentaries on papers and reports published in Journal are encouraged. Authors will have the opportunity to respond to the commentary on their work before the entire treatment is published. Special Issues devoted to important topics in technology transfer and commercialisation and related topics, will be published occasionally.
The Society for Law and Technology known as SOLT seeks to provide a platform for intensive research and debate over legal issues linked to the emergence of new technologies and thereby aim to stimulate awareness results in participation and deliberation of such issues. In order to promote contemporary areas of law and technology it has organized two simulation programmes namely “DSNLU Conference of Parties (COP), on October7-8th October 2017, and the second on titled “DSNLU: Model Assembly of Members” 16-17th of March 2018. The Committee has published a book titled “Horizons of Right to Privacy.’
Objectives of SOLT:
To create a platform for students to discuss, deliberate, debate on contemporary areas of technology.
To conduct seminars, workshops, simulation programs on emerging areas of technology.
To organize Lectures on technology law issues where eminent academicians and professionals enlighten on current trends in the field.
To publish books, journals, monographs on technology related aspects.
To undertake research on interface between law, IPRs and technology.