Call for Papers – 2023 Law and Technology Conference

【Call for Paper】
2023 Law and Technology Conference: Emerging Technologies, Social Change, and Legal Innovation
2-3 December 2023, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University School of Law, Taiwan
We are delighted to announce that the Asian Law Schools Association (ALSA) in collaboration with the NYCU School of Law, Taiwan will be hosting an international conference on "Emerging Technologies, Social Change, and Legal Innovation" on 2-3 December 2023, at the Guangfu Campus in Hsinchu, Taiwan. The conference aims to explore the complex interplay between emerging technologies, social change, and legal innovation. In the past few decades, we have seen the rapid development and deployment of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, fintech, blockchain, and regenerative medicine, which have had a significant impact on society. As a result, laws and regulations have been struggling to keep up with the pace of technological innovation. This conference aims to explore the legal implications of these emerging technologies and examine the ways in which laws can be adapted to meet the challenges posed by technological advancements.
We invite scholars from various disciplines, including law, technology, management, policy, and science, technology, and society (STS), including young scholars and doctoral students, to submit abstracts for papers that explore the impact of emerging technologies on law, society, and governance. The conference will offer a platform for interdisciplinary discussions and an opportunity for participants to share their research, experiences, and ideas on this important topic.
The topics may include, but are not limited to:
🔸Innovative technology and legal education
🔸Social Impact of Generative AI and digital technology
🔸Trustable AI
🔸Algorithmic governance and digital citizenship
🔸Neuroscience and law
🔸Digital platform
🔸Biomedical innovation
🔸Digital labor and human rights
🔸National security and technology regulation
🔸Digital trade
🔸Climate change and sustainable development
🔸Smart cities and intelligent transportation systems
🔸Technology and public health
🔸Data sharing and governance
🔸Aging society and technological response
Submissions from scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and experts from various disciplines and regions, as well as collaborative and interdisciplinary contributions, are highly encouraged.
The conference provides an excellent opportunity for participants to engage in scholarly exchange, networking, and collaboration, and to visit Taiwan, a vibrant and dynamic country that has been at the forefront of innovation in technology and law. As home to Hsinchu, the "Silicon Valley of Taiwan," and the core of the chip war, the city of Hsinchu is known as the semiconductor capital of the world.
We encourage you to submit your proposals and join us for what promises to be an exciting and thought-provoking conference.
If you are interested in contributing and/or have any questions, please contact: More information can be found at
Papers and panels submission procedure
🔹An abstract for papers and panels between 200-500 words must be submitted by August 1st, 2023.
🔹Accepted abstracts and the conference schedule will be notified in September 2023.
🔹Full papers should be submitted with no word limit by November 1st, 2023, along with presentation slides by November 15th, 2023.
🔹All submissions should be in English and sent through the designated submission portal at, and will be subject to a blind peer-review process by a panel of experts.
🔹After the conference, authors may choose to submit their paper to NYCU Law Review for publication in a special issue or to contribute to a book.
👉2023 Asian Law Schools Association (ALSA) Conference Website
👉Submit Your Abstract
👉Find the details of CfP and download it
👉Asian Law Schools Association
👉NYCU School of Law

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