The Journal of High Technology Law (JHTL) was founded in 1998 and became one of Suffolk University Law School’s five Honor Boards in 2001. JHTL complements the Intellectual Property Law Concentration, the LL.M. in Global Technology, and the distinguished high technology faculty and student-run organizations.
Recognizing that every area of law is affected by high technology, JHTL covers a broad range of subject matter, including:
JHTL is student-run by an Editorial Board of past JHTL staff members. Students who become JHTL staff members are able to receive academic credit for working on a piece for publication, cite-checking, and writing a book review. The Editorial Board coordinates and supervises the research and writing development for all JHTL staff members. Staff members are selected through the summer write-on competition, and membership is open to all students who qualify, not just those concentrating in Intellectual Property.
A unique feature of JHTL as a Suffolk Law Honor Board is its ability to publish all articles online, which allows members to publish their materials while still at Suffolk. Making articles available on Westlaw, Lexis, and the JHTL Web site allows members of the legal community direct access to our timely articles, notes, and case comments.
For more information about the JHTL, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in submitting an Article for publication, please review our policy on Article Submissions.
The Journal of High Technology Law is a proud member of the WebCite® Consortium.
The Journal of High Technology Law has adopted the National Conference of Law Reviews Model Code of Ethics: 75 Marquette Law Review (1992).
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