Law & Digital Technologies (LDT) is a peer-reviewed and interdisciplinary journal dedicated to advancing the dialogue between legal scholars and computer scientists. This journal publishes innovative theoretical and methodological research devoted to digital technologies such as Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, BigData, etc. LDT is looking for papers within the subject area that display good quality legal analysis or new lines of legal thought that go beyond mere description of Law, however accurate that may be. It also welcomes research in the field of theoretical computer science, applied mathematics and informatics, aimed at the development of scientific and methodological foundations of convergent cognitive-information technologies. The journal especially fosters interdisciplinary approaches.
We believe in the future of digital technologies, therefore LDT is published electronically on the special blockchain platform.
Application areas include, but are not limited to:
- data protection;
- сyber security
- internet of things (IoT);
- smart cities;
- artificial intelligence, including artificial intelligence and legal support for the development of legislation, court decisions and public administration;
- the digital law;
- legal tech and law tech;
- intellectual property;
- cybercrime law;
- digital forensics;
- regulation of the digital economy and blockchain industry;
- intelligent processing of legal documents.