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Results of the Competition of the Research Papers on Digital Law 2022

The editorial team of the Digital Law Journal has summed up the results of the Competition of the Research Paper on Digital Law.

97 authors have submitted their manuscripts from Brazil, Germany, Georgia, Italy, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Russia, the USA and Switzerland.

At the first stage, from April 30 to May 30, the experts considered abstracts of manuscripts. Then leading Russian and foreign experts in the field of digital law examined the received materials in the process of blind peer review.

The editorial board, taking into account the received reviews, determined the winners of the Competition. All winners get the opportunity to publish their manuscripts in the journal, and the authors who take 1st to 3rd places receive a monetary reward.


All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference "Asset Management - 2021"

On December 15, MGIMO-University will host the All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference "Asset Management - 2021" (AM-2021). The conference is organized by the Asset Management Department with the support of the Region Group of Companies.

The agenda of this year's conference is "Priorities for the New Economy: Energy Transition 4.0 and Digital Transformation". The conference is an open platform for discussion on topical aspects of managing various assets in the modern economy.


Competition of the research papers on digital law

The Digital Law Journal (DLJ) is pleased to announce the competition of the research papers on digital law.

All detailed information about the Competition is available in the Regulations of the Competition.

Template of Data Processing Agreement for applicants.

Direct all questions regarding participation in the Competition and submission of competition materials to the following email:

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Dear readers!

“Digital law” as a legal reflection of the digital economy is still in its infancy. The rapid development of public relations and the increasing complexity of trade pose several new questions to the international scientific community; answering these using the achievements of legal science of the 19th–20th centuries is not always possible. Instead it requires a modern conceptual framework, as well as a potential rethinking of traditional legal categories.

Digital Law Journal has been an important discussion platform for two years already. The current state of existing digital technologies, specific features, and the prospects for their full-scale implementation in the regulatory and legal field are analyzed in this journal from both scientific and practical points of view.

The magazine has achieved a lot during the years of its existence. Our editorial board includes exceptional scientists alongside representatives of scientific schools both in Russia and internationally, all of whom deal with the problems of digital law. The journal publishes the works of the authors whose research sets the tone for the modern “digital” debate. The legal regulation of smart contracts and telemedicine, the creation of “regulatory sandboxes”, the place of artificial intelligence in the structure of legal relations, labor market digitalization, and the peculiarities of human rights, competition, and the tax system in the digital age are just some of the issues that have been discussed in our journal. Each submitted manuscript is invariably subject to a double-blind peer review, conducted anonymously by recognized experts in their field of research. The journal is published with a steady frequency.

Of course, all this would not have been possible without you, thoughtful and patient readers who are interested in the problems of digital law, methodological and substantive changes in traditional branches of law that are emerging in the era of the digital economy. Your interest in our project contributes to its continuous development, improving the quality of publications and attracting new readers, authors, and experts.

We are pleased to present to your attention the first issue of the second volume and hope that 2021 will bring only success to our common cause!

Kind regards,
Dr. Maxim Inozemtsev