Seminar on "When Robots Run the Market: Implications for Law and Regulation": In Collaboration with Venderbilt Law School, Nashville, Tennessee-USA: December 28, 2018


“Innovation in robotics and AI is leading to increasingly complex, autonomous machines. The industrial, commercial, financial and social impacts of intelligent machines are starting to be felt and will become more significant…If implemented properly, there are significant benefits for society and for business. However there are compliance and regulatory issues that need to be considered.” – Kyle Bower, ‘The Robotics Age: Regulatory and Compliance Implications for Businesses and Financial Institutions’, The European Financial Review, April 21, 2018 (Available online at

To get insights to the implications of advances in Artificial Intelligence and robotics on commerce, finance, employment and allied regulations, we are delighted to inform that Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA in collaboration with Vanderbilt Law School, Nashville has organised Seminar on When Robots Run the Market: Implications for Law and Regulation on December 28, 2018. 

About the Resource Person

Prof. Yesha Yadav, Professor of Law, Enterprise Scholar for 2017-19, Faculty Co-director, LL.M. Program, Vanderbilt Law School, Nashville, Tennessee-USA

Prof. Yesha Yadav's research interests lie in the area of financial and securities regulation, notably with respect to the evolving response of regulatory policy to innovations in financial engineering, market microstructure and globalization.

Before joining Vanderbilt's law faculty in 2011, Professor Yadav worked as legal counsel with the World Bank in its finance, private-sector development and infrastructure unit, where she specialized in financial regulation and insolvency and creditor-debtor rights. Before joining the World Bank in 2009, she practiced from 2004-08 in the London and Paris offices of Clifford Chance, in the firm's financial regulation and derivatives group. As part of her work in the area of payments regulation, she was assigned to advise the European Payments Council on the establishment of the Single Euro Payments Area, an initiative that seeks to integrate the domestic payments markets across the European Economic Area and Switzerland. 

Since joining Vanderbilt, Professor Yadav has served as honorary advisor to India’s Financial Services Law Reform Commission and on the Atlantic Council’s Task Force on Divergence and the Transatlantic Financial Reform and G-20 Agenda. She is a member of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission’s Technology Advisory Committee and the Tennessee State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. She earned an M.A. in law and modern languages with First Class honors at the University of Cambridge, after which she earned an LL.M. at Harvard Law School, where she focused on financial and capital markets regulation, payment systems and terrorist financing.

Professor Yadav teaches Securities Regulation, Corporate Bankruptcy, International Financial Regulation and Market Microstructure. She was honored in 2015 as a winner of the Hall-Hartman Prize Outstanding Professor Award for excellence in teaching. 

Date, Time & Venue

December 28, 2018 | 12:10 – 02:10pm

Seminar Hall, Third Floor, Academic Block,

Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA


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Contact Persons

Dr. Meenakshi Kaul,
Assistant Professor & Head – HR and Training, Training and Placement

Dr. Neeti Shikha,
Associate Professor & Head – International Cell

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