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The 2012 IAITL Legal Conference Series

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WARNING

We have received complaints from participants that a journal called US-China Law Review has been harvesting participant's emails and sending each participant an invitation to submit their articles presented in the Conference for publication at this Chinese online journal, published since 2011. The invitation promises editorial board positions to those who will submit articles to the journal for a fee of $30 USD PER PAGE according to their template size (approximately about $700 USD per paper). No legitimate academic journal charges authors for publishing their work. Note that we are NOT and never will be associated with this journal. An academic law journal must have an editor within the academic field of law, who has distinguished himself in legal writing. This journal does not have an Editor.

If you want to read more what others say about this journal click here: http://thetrialwarrior.com/2010/09/12/good-grief-bait-switch-law-publishing-version/

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7th International Conference on Legal, Security and Privacy Issues in IT Law (LSPI)

 

• 6th International Law and Trade Conference (ILTC)

 

• 3rd International Private Law Conference (IPL)

 

• 2nd International Public Law Conference (IPLC)

 

 

**** N.B. Click here to view the 2012 Conference photographs ***

 

 

The 7th International Conference on Legal, Security, and Privacy Issues in IT Law (LSPI), 6th International Law and Trade Conference, 3rd International Private Law Conference and the 2nd International Public Law Conference will be held in Athens, Greece under the auspices of the International Association of IT Lawyers, an organization devoted to promoting research and development in the field of Law and  with members throughout the world.

 

The IAITL - organised Conference series is the first international conference of its kind, gathering experts from academia, government and industry to discuss key legal issues related to Legal, Security and Privacy Issues in IT, Private and Public Law and the intersection between economics and law.

 

This is the only Conference where:

 

• All papers are blind reviewed by 2-3 experts and the result of the reviews are given within a week;

• All papers are edited to ensure quality before book publication;

• All papers are also published in top international journals after a second round of editing;

• Authors participate in panel sessions, aside from giving an individual presentation;

• Policy debates and workshops are conducted and the Conclusions are published in top journals;

• Social and entertainment events are organized every night;

• Buffet meals are provided;

• University Partnership Agreements and Exchanges are forged and;

• Cooperation and projects are organized and developed

 

 

This conference was first held in May 2006 in Hamburg, Germany and it generated significant international participation from a broad spectrum of academics, government officials, lawyers, judges and industry representatives interested in information technology law and policy. Since then, we have been in Copenhagen, Istanbul, Beijing, New York, Prague, Malta, Barcelona and more recently Nicosia.

 

Hamburg 2006

Copenhagen 2006

Bejing 2007

Istanbul 2007

New York 2008

 

Prague 2008

Malta 2009

Barcelona 2010

Nicosia 2011

 

We are delighted to build on this success and develop a first-rate program for the upcoming conference in Greece. The Conference is intended to bring together early career researchers from around the world interested to meet up with more established academics, judges, European Commission and other public sector specialists and industry leaders to discuss issues and topics at the heart of current developments.


Our conferences are devoted to expanding understanding and developing international relationships among those who are working with issues dealing with information technology, economic and public and private law. The guiding principle of the Conference is to encourage communication and discussion of ideas at the frontiers of research. IAITL provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest research results and practical applications and stimulates interdisciplinary and international collaboration.
We are putting together a program that will fulfill this goal with an outstanding collection of speakers and discussants from all over the world. We will have an interesting mix of researchers, members of the judiciary, academic community, government policy executives and representatives from the ICT industry and trade.


The Conference will provide an opportunity for academics, practitioners and consultants from different backgrounds to come together and exchange ideas to discuss significant developments affecting practice and profession in Public and Private Law, including IT law, Trade and Economics, Technology and emerging issues on security.