Thursday, April 20, 2017

Georgetown Tech Law Review seeks submissions

From the editors:

The Georgetown Law Technology Review is soliciting content for fall 2017 publication. Founded in 2015, the Review seeks to build a common forum for technologists, lawyers, and policymakers to discuss the increasingly complex intersections between law and technology. It leverages its presence in Washington, D.C. to focus on legal and policy issues driven by cutting-edge technological developments. The Review also collaborates with the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology, the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy, and the Georgetown-MIT Privacy Legislation Practicum to promote and showcase innovative scholarship.

We welcome submissions on a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to: intellectual property, privacy, cybersecurity, fintech, and telecommunications. While the Review accepts traditional scholarly articles, we are especially interested in shorter (5,000-15,000 word) pieces focused on narrow and timely issues in law and technology. The submission deadline to ensure fullest consideration for the fall issue is June 30, 2017, though we are happy to accept submissions on a rolling basis.

If we can provide further information, or if you would like to discuss a potential submission, please email us at or visit our website at

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