The Tech Law Forum aims, essentially, to provide an open platform for opinions, comments, and responses, from students – a platform for discussions and debates on all issues relating to Technology Law, with a specific but not limited focus on India. We chose the Forum’s existing format due to the constantly evolving nature of technological advances, and the necessarily immediate, or even better, proactive, nature of responses to such developments. The Forum aims to serve as a place for students, academicians and practitioners from the fields of technology and law, both, to discuss relevant issues. At the same time, the Forum also aims to provide a ready commentary on recent developments in the field from its own Editors, and to link readers to other interesting resources and articles.
The Forum Editors also aim to create The Commons, a diverse and cohesive collection of links to Creative Commons and Public Domains resources related to Technology Law, for anyone who needs them.
The Blog is an initiative of the students of NALSAR, with Swaraj Paul Barooah, Editor-in-Chief of SpicyIP as External Advisor. The editors of the blog are selected through an open test every year. The current staff of the Blog includes the following:
Tanvi Apte (Editor-in-Chief)
Shweta Rao (Editor)
Rithvik Mathur (Editor)
Prateek Surisetti (Editor)
Arvind Pennathur (Editor)