The Journal of Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (JIPIT) welcomes submissions for Volume IV, Issue II (2024). We are particularly interested in articles, legislative commentaries, and case reviews exploring developments in Artificial Intelligence, Data Governance, ICT Law, and Intellectual Property Law within the Global South context.

We particularly encourage contributions in the following fields:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): Analyze the governance, impact, and implications of AI in the Global South, including ethical considerations, regulatory challenges, and potential benefits.
  • Data Governance: Delve into data protection and privacy in the context of the Global South, considering local perspectives and emerging trends.
  • ICT Law: Explore legal frameworks and regulations governing information and communication technologies in the Global South, addressing challenges and proposing solutions.
  • Intellectual Property (IP): Examine IP protection, enforcement, and access to knowledge in the Global South, considering the unique needs of developing countries.

Submission Types:

  • Unpublished journal articles: Original research papers presenting rigorous analysis and insightful arguments.
  • Legislative commentaries: Critical analyses of recent legislative developments in relevant fields.
  • Case reviews: In-depth examinations of landmark court decisions in relevant fields with broader implications.

We prioritize submissions that specifically address developments in the Global South, offering fresh perspectives and highlighting regional issues.

Submission Guidelines:

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All submissions should comply with the APA referencing style.

⛔️ Deadline: 15 June 2024



JIPIT only accepts original and unpublished submissions that meet its substantive and technical requirements. The Journal strongly prefers to receive submissions online via this website. Direct email submissions, however, will also be accepted through The Journal does not consider hard-copy submissions.

The Journal prefers to publish full-length articles (i.e., 10,000 to 25,000 words, references included). Book reviews, case commentaries, and legislative commentaries are also welcome (5,000 to 7000 words, references included). The Journal will consider submissions from law professors, practitioners, clerks, etc.

To publish in JIPIT, authors should accept and fulfil the following requirements:

  • Stylistic and bibliographic requirements
  • Copyright License
  • Legal and ethical standards

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We look forward to receiving your submissions.