For the past twenty years, the peer-reviewed Journal of Law, Technology and Policy has featured cutting-edge articles on technological innovation, policy, and the field of intellectual property. The Journal's mission is to feature articles on new technologies that raise important policy questions in both foreign and domestic jurisdictions and to discuss the laws, regulations, and policies that affect technological development and innovation. The collaboration of the Journal's members, editors, faculty, and contributing scholars, adds unique and diverse perspectives to the discussion of the legal implications of technology.
The Journal is available online only, and our digital format allows us to follow a more continuous publishing schedule and publish cutting-edge scholarly work quickly. It is indexed by Hein Online, LEXIS, and Westlaw.
Articles from our most current issue may be found here:
Volume 2023 – Issue 1
SHORT FORM WORKS
Our short form publication accepts articles online including recent developments and peer-reviewed essays.
Check out the most recent Short Form article, "Artificial (Un)Intelligence: Automated Tools and Intermediary Liability" by Shivani Kabra
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