Call for Papers - Entrepreneurship 2.0: Legal, Regulatory, and Economic Challenges to the Innovation Economy
Entrepreneurship 2.0: Legal, Regulatory, and Economic Challenges to the Innovation Economy
2017 Nova Law Review Symposium
Oct. 6, 2017 (with a reception on the evening of Oct. 5, 2017)
Nova Southeastern University
Shepard Broad College of Law
3305 College Ave.
Leo Goodwin Sr. Hall, 120B
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314
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Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and the Nova Law Review seek submissions for a symposium on October 6, 2017. Entrepreneurship 2.0: Legal, Regulatory, and Economic Challenges to the Innovation Economy will address the intersection of law and business as it focuses on new technologies, ethics, and regulation.
The symposium is an opportunity for academics, practitioners, and students in a variety of legal, business, and technology fields to exchange ideas and explore emerging issues. Interdisciplinary presentations are encouraged.
Submissions & Important Dates
- Please submit materials to LawReview@nova.edu
- Submission Deadline for Abstracts: June 30, 2017
- Submission Deadline for Articles: September 15, 2017
- Symposium Date: October 6, 2017
Law Review Published Article
The Nova Law Review will review, edit and publish submissions in the 2017 Symposium issue. Articles, as well as case studies and abstracts of research in progress, will be considered for the symposium program for presentation purposes. Only complete articles, however, will be published in the law review. Abstracts for these papers will be due no later than the June 30, 2017 deadline and will be accepted on a rolling basis until that time.
Presentations (Without Publication) based on Abstracts
The Nova Law Review will review and select presentations for the symposium. If you are interested in presenting without submitting a publishable article, an abstract of the presentation must be submitted by the June 30, 2017 deadline and will be accepted on a rolling basis until that time.
Authors and presenters are invited to submit proposals on topics including but not limited to the following:
- New and Evolving Technologies • Internet of Things (IoT) • Data Analytics • Professional Duties for Lawyers • TRIPS and other trade agreements • Virtual Reality • Cybersecurity • Evolution of Media • Advertising and Marketing • Artificial Intelligence
- Finance and Financial Sector • Ideation and ownership • Meaningful disclosure in tech financing • Crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, and crowd financing • Funding sources and new markets • Bitcoin and blockchain technologies • Risk and process management • Globalization and trade
- Technology in Health Care: • Electronic Health Records • Genetic patents • Genomic pharmacology • Bioinformatics • Medical devices • Cybersecurity of medical devices • E-health • Patent evergreening • Neuroscience
- Employment Sector • Employee Management and Monitoring • Bring Your Own Device policy • Trade secrets • Managing employment relationships • Workforce displacement • Technology’s effect on bias and diversity • Education policy for tomorrow’s workforce