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2nd Annual International Conference on Law, Regulations and Public Policy 

June 17-18, 2013
Hotel Fort Canning
Singapore

The laws of the land lay the foundations of peace and order, and to ensure people progress in all aspects of their lives – whether in business, education, travel, health or recreation. The role of public officials is to create, scrutinize, implement and uphold the laws in order to protect the rights of every individual, corporate entity or institution.

Educators of law thus possess the task of not only shaping each and every generation of legal practitioners into knowledgeable and responsible agents, but also the study of issues which surround the practice of law and its implementation across jurisdictions.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Law:

Intellectual Property (IP) Law
Trademarks Law
Copyright Law
R&D and innovation in high-tech
Open standards and entrepreneurship
Competition in two-sided markets
High-tech and anti-trust policy
The Internet Search
Law of common areas
Labour Law
Environmental and Energy Law
Human Rights/Civil Liberty
Corporate Finance Law
Taxation Law
Public Law Fundamentals
Transport Law
Tourism Law
Immigration Law
Criminal Law
International Economics and Trade Law
Public Contract Law
Law of International Regulations
Media Law

Regulations & Public Policy:

Public Policy
Defense Policy
Terrorism and Anti-Drugs Policy
Immigration Law including citizenship
Criminal Law including foreign and security
Webscience, ePrivate Policy
Procurement and Business Regulations
Antitrust Economics and Competition Policy
Regulation, Private Sector Authority and Market Building
Public Policies and Behaviour of Economic Agents
Interjurisdictional differentials and their effects
Development planning and policy
Regional Development Policy
Social Policy

Prospective authors are invited to submit original papers (not being considered for publication elsewhere) in standard format (double column, single-spaced, 10-pt font) describing new theoretical and/or experimental research. Submissions are recommended to have no more than 10 pages (extra pages are subject to surcharge), including figures, tables, and references. Submissions will be judged on originality, significance, interest, clarity, relevance, correctness, and presentation.

The submission deadline (full papers) is Dec. 21, 2012.

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