Technology law issues have a global impact and are arising and developing with increasing speed. Recognizing this, CJEL is launching a special law and technology issue in 2018. We are soliciting short essays (5,000-8,000 words) addressing diverse aspects technology law, including:
- data and information privacy,
- cybercrime and cybersecurity,
- State aid,
- intellectual property,
- the sharing economy, and
- artificial intelligence.
Essays may be submitted to: to email@example.com before Friday, December 15th, 2017 at 11:59PM EST. General submissions criteria apply, as listed on our website.
Please forward inquiries to Emily R. Hush at firstname.lastname@example.org