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Journal of AI Law and Regulation

The Journal of AI Law and Regulation (AIRe) reports on key legislative developments in the governance of artificial intelligence (AI) in jurisdictions around the world. The journal is an impartial platform for discussing the role of law and regulation in managing the challenges and opportunities of AI’s impact on society. AIRe covers diverse fields of law which are affected by AI, such as privacy and data protection, IP, anti-discrimination law, human rights, consumer protection law, as well as sectoral legal developments, eg in healthcare, financial services, transport, agriculture. The journal also analyses important judgments that shape the field of AI law and regulation, in particular those by the international courts and tribunals, regional courts (eg European Courts), and higher national courts. AIRe is published quarterly and is available in print and online.

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Call for Papers

Become an Author for AIRe and view our Call for Papers.
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We invite submissions that analyse and report on the impact of AI in a diversity of legal fields, such as:

  • consumer law
  • antitrust law
  • contract law
  • tort law
  • product liability
  • content liability
  • criminal law
  • administrative law
  • privacy data protection
  • freedom of speech
  • intellectual property
  • anti-discrimination
  • law enforcement
  • procedural law
  • constitutional law

We welcome interdisciplinary papers, which discuss AI law/regulation in combination with other disciplines, e.g. philosophy, computer science, economics.
Such interdisciplinary submissions should still contain a legal element and be written with an audience of legal experts in mind.


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