Law and Technology Research at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance (CSLG), JNU
CSLG comprises of ten faculty members drawn from law, sociology, political science, economics and social work. It runs a PhD program on law and governance. The Centre adopts a multidisciplinary approach to framing research and teaching on the relationship between law and governance. The study of governance, in its various forms and at different sites, is central to several contemporary issues: the reform of public institutions and public law; the creation and establishment of procedures and rules that lead to greater efficiency, transparency, and accountability; and the challenge of making governance more inclusive and participatory through the strengthening of democracy and civil society.
The Law and Technology Research Group (LTRG) includes faculty members and research scholars in CSLG who work on various public policy and governance aspects of technologies. The two primary activities of the group are hosting a Law and Tech Conversation Series (EXALT) and undertaking legislative and policy analysis.
EXALT Coordinators: Mandira Narain (PhD Candidate working on Privacy) and Prabhat Mishra (MPhil Candidate working on Artificial Intelligence) are the coordinators of EXALT. If you need any information or would like to join the mailing list or the research group please email the coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / Narainmandira2@gmail.com.
EXALT (Exchanges on Law Technology and Society)
EXALT is a conversation series where we invite various speakers from academia to discuss the societal and legal implications of technology. The series started in 2021 with the aim of engaging with people working in different disciplines related to law, technology and policy and the sessions have featured scholars working on disinformation, data justice and digital rights, smart cities and AI research.
Till now we have hosted the following events:
Law and Policy Analysis
The LTRG regularly analyzes and comments on forthcoming policies and laws on technologies in India. To that effect it has provided detailed analysis and submitted inputs on policymaking to the Government of India through the following reports: