Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Review: Call For Submissions - Summer 2021

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The Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal is currently seeking article submissions for its Summer 2021 Issue, Volume 47, to be published in May/June of 2021.
Articles should relate to Computers & Technology, and can involve issues in: Law
Practice, Litigation, Law Enforcement, Government, Data Privacy, Education, Business,
Intellectual Property, Artificial Intelligence, Legal Issues of the Internet, Healthcare and Science, Regulation of New Technology, Privacy and Cybercrime, Social Networking, etc. Submissions of between 20 and 40 pages in length are preferred, but there is no strict maximum or minimum page count required.
The Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal was founded in 1969, prior to the rise of
computers and the digital age. Our Journal is the oldest computer law periodical in the academic world. The Journal’s articles have been cited in three Supreme Court cases; Bilski v. Kappos, 130 S. Ct. 3218 (2010), Diamond v. Diehr, 101 S. Ct. 1048 (1981), and Lab. Corp. of Am. Holdings v. Metabolite Labs., 126 S. Ct. 2921 (2006). We have subscribers worldwide in many different countries.
Our more recent Panels and Symposia include Cybersecurity, Enterprise Risk  Management Governance; Entrepreneurship, Technology, and the Law: Emerging Issues in NJ’s Start-up Economy; Mind Your Business: The Big Data Debate, featuring FTC Commissioner Julie Brill; Are All Bytes Created Equal? The Battle over Net Neutrality; and Data Breach: Responsibilities and Ramifications.
We look forward to your submissions. Please contact with any