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The Indian Journal of Law and Technology is an annual peer-reviewed law journal produced by students of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India. It is managed and published by the Law and Technology Committee of the Student Bar Association at the National Law School.
The journal was established in 2005. Notable contributors are William Patry, Gavin Sutter, Benjamin Edelman, Yochai Benkler, Donald S. Chisum, Raymond T. Nimmer, John Frow, Lawrence Liang, and Shamnad Basheer. The journal publishes articles, notes, and book reviews discussing legal issues on technology law in general, including e-commerce, cybercrime, biotechnology, bioethics, competition law, outsourcing, relevant public policy, intellectual property issues posed by technology, telecommunications, and evidential technology.
Editors in chief
- Karthik Ashwin Thiagarajan (2004–2005, Vol. 1)
- Sarayu Natarajan (2005–2006, Vol. 2)
- Thomas John (2006–2007, Vol. 3)
- Chaitanya Ramachandran (2007–2008, Vol. 4)
- Raman Jit Singh Chima (2008–2009, Vol. 5)
- Ashutosh Kumar (2009–2010, Vol. 6)
- Bhavishyavani Ravi (2010-2011, Vol. 7)