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Results | International Virtual Conference on New Facets of Consumer Protection

The Chair for Consumer Law and Practice (CLAP), National Law School of India University, Bengaluru (NLSIU)  is elated to inform you that we received  more than two hundred abstracts and the best 50 abstract were invited for full paper submission. Among them twenty four full papers were selected for the presentation at the International Virtual Conference on the 19th November 2019. Out of which Thirteen best Articles are now selected for publication in the Edited Book titled “Consumer Law and Practice- Contemporary Issues and Way Forward” (ISSN No. 978-93-91111-02-1).

It was a difficult task for us to select the best three among such good articles from the Academicians, Legal Practitioners, Research Scholars and Students all over the world. After a thorough review by the editorial board, blind peer review committee and the chairpersons of the Conference, we hereby announce the best paper awards below-

 First Best Paper

Are Consumers Always Vulnerable? Empirical Research on the distribution of the contractual power on multi-sided digital platforms”
Ph.D. Scholar at University of Antwerp, Belgium.

 Second Best Paper

Is Grindr responsible and liable for the criminal offences committed over its application, against its users?
3rd Year Student at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.

 Third Best Paper

E-Waste and Right to Repair- A Step towards Sustainable Consumerism”
Assistant Professor at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.

Note: Other details will be intimated to you shortly through email