Call For Submissions - Artificial Intelligence Symposium

Posted by Sarah Benedict, community karma 29

The Northern Kentucky Law Review is currently soliciting articles and abstracts for its Symposium Issue: Artificial Intelligence & The Law. Topics may include artificial intelligence regulations, the use of artificial intelligence in the criminal justice system, digital surveillance, facial recognition technologies, or any other timely issue regarding artificial intelligence. As such, we are calling for articles and abstract proposals from a broad group, including professors, fellows, practitioners, judges, law clerks, and scholars in related fields. 

This year’s Symposium will be held on March 25, 2022. We are currently offering a $500 honorarium to authors who are selected to contribute to this issue. If selected, authors will also be invited to speak at our Symposium for an additional $500 honorarium. We request that each finished article contain approximately 6,000–15,000 words, and the first draft will be due February 1, 2022. 

Interested authors should email either an article or an abstract proposal and current curriculum vitae to the Northern Kentucky Law Review editor in chief at with the subject line “NKLR Symposium Issue.” Submissions will be accepted until Sunday, September 19, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. 

We look forward to reviewing your articles and abstracts about artificial intelligence. 

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