IFCLA 2012: Call for Topics

November 2, 2011

The International Federation of Computer Law Associations Conference 2012 is to be held in Munich from 20 to 22 June. This year’s Conference is provisionally entitled ‘Smart Grid – Smart Law? Legal challenges by the latest e-business solutions’. The Conference organisers have now invited interested parties to participate in their Call for Topics.  

The overall theme of the conference will be most current ebusiness solutions and how they are impacted by, or in fact impact, different legal systems. If you have a current issue or development in this field that you believe would make an interesting presentation or panel, they would like to receive your online submission. Papers are to be submitted in English only until 20 December 2011. 

Paper Requirements

Please note that papers should contain no more than a maximum of 2,000 characters. In addition, they should consist of essentially the following components:

1. Short description of the eBusiness solution to be discussed

2. Argument why you consider this to be timely and relevant for inclusion in the upcoming IFCLA Conference

3. Short summary of the legal issues you propose to discuss

4. Conclusion. 

You can learn more about the Conference at http://www.ifcla2012.com/. IFCLA is currently seeking Conference sponsors.