Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology
Begun in 1990, the Journal is a student-managed publication dedicated to the development of the law as it relates to the sciences and the increasing effect technology has upon society. Articles are chosen that are on the "cutting edge" of issues in today's legal and scientific communities. Membership is offered to students based solely on their performance in a writing competition held after completion of first-year and open to students who earn a specified grade point average. Members of the editorial board participate in workshops, edit submissions, and write notes and comments helping to refine their skills in legal writing, research and group dynamics.
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