Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property
Formerly an activity of the Law School's Technology and Intellectual Property Society, the Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property is an independent student-run journal devoted to specific legal challenges presented by advancing technology, in fields such as constitutional law, intellectual property, privacy, contracts, and torts, and to the broader implications of such technology for our society. The Journal presents scholarly and practical articles, student comments and notes, and a current developments section focusing on international intellectual property issues. Members are selected based on their successful participation in one of our writing competitions.
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