Northern Illinois University Law Review Call for Symposium Papers Regarding Technology, the Modern Economy, and the Law

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The Northern Illinois University Law Review is soliciting written manuscripts in connection with the annual NIU Law Review Symposium. This Symposium will address Technology, the Modern Economy, and the Law. Submissions may include analyses that are practical, theoretical, or interdisciplinary in nature. Possible subject matter includes: issues of Workers’ Compensation benefits, Overtime, and Discrimination claims for Gig Workers (workers employed by companies like Uber, Grubhub, etc.); issues of the laws and regulations regarding Cryptocurrency; use of technology in the law practice (such as Trial Aid); use of social media during jury selection or voir dire; ethical issues of attorneys using public Wi-Fi in public places while working on client matters; or any other issue relating to Technology, the Modern Economy, and the Law.

Submissions or proposals to be considered for publication should be directed to the Law Review Symposium Editor, Brittany Miller, at We will accept both full articles and essays (a minimum of 15 pages) for this issue. All submissions should be in Microsoft Word format, 12-point font, and preferably Times New Roman.
Submissions or proposals will be accepted until Friday, August 31, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. CT. The Law Review will make decisions regarding paper acceptance by mid-September. If accepted, authors will be expected to submit a completed draft by Friday, January 11, 2019 for editing and publication in the Symposium Issue of the Northern Illinois University Law Review.
Please direct any questions to the attention of the Symposium Editor, Brittany Miller, or the Editor-in-Chief, Kristin Grossman at
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