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Centre for Cyber Laws

The Centre for Cyber Laws has been established to understand the socio-legal issues related to ever evolving cyberspace. Cyberspace is infinite and has potential to grow and evolve infinitely. The issues related to cyberspace are also evolving with the advancement of information technology. The global IT revolution and the emergence of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, e- commerce industry, new form of currency, issues pertaining to the governance of cyber space and more particularly the post covid-19 new world order have necessitated the need to focus on the legal research pertaining to new kinds of cybercrimes, issues related to cyber security and data protection and online privacy laws and above all into the new evolving cyberspace trends and patterns which shall shape the future of human civilisation and legal issues pertaining to it.


The objective of the Centre is to bring the professionals, academicians, cyber law experts, technology experts, law enforcement agencies, researchers and students together to have focussed deliberations, discussions and debates related to issues of cyber space and cyber laws. The Centre also aims to spread awareness related to various issues related to cyber laws such as cybercrimes, contraventions and cyber security issues.


Chief Patron:
Prof. (Dr.) G.S. Bajpai
Vice Chancellor
NLU, Delhi

Prof. (Dr.) Harpreet Kaur
NLU, Delhi

Dr. Aparajita Bhatt, Assistant Professor of Law, NLU Delhi

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The vision of the Centre for Cyber Laws is to create a research oriented space through which further research, discussions and deliberations on issues related to cyberspace and cyber laws can be done.

Scope of Activities

The scope of activities under the Centre involves the following:

  • Focused and in-depth research into different aspects of cyberspace and issues pertaining to cyber laws.
  • To conduct training sessions on cyber laws for academicians, industry professionals, law enforcement agencies and students.
  • Develop Courses on Cyber laws.
  • Collaborations with other organisations/universities/institutes with research focus in the same area.
  • Organise Webinars/conferences/seminars/ round table and panel discussions on contemporary areas of cyber laws.
  • Conduct special session for students and guide them for more research in this area.