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Sports & Entertainment Law Publications
A scholarly journal, formerly knows as the High Technology Law Journal, that publishes articles on a wide variety of subjects including biotechnology, computer law, and patent coverage.
The first student-run scholarly journal specializing in entertainment law.
A quarterly publication of Southern Methodist School of Law students that is the official publication of Computer Section of the State Bar of Texas, publishing articles in the field of computers.
A scholarly journal publishing articles affecting the art and entertainment community in subjects such as copyright, trademark, and the Internet.
A legal forum, formerly known as the Federal Communications Bar Journal, published by Indiana University law students that explores issues in telecommunications such as the Internet, indecent speech in broadcasts, and access providers.
A legal journal publishing articles on emerging technologies in subjects including computer law, medical technology, telecommunications and intellectual property.
A scholarly publication dedicated in information technology law focusing on issues on such as computer law, cyberspace governance and intellectual property.
The nation's first student-edited intellectual property law journal, published by University of Georgia law students, that discusses issues including trademark, copyright, and entertainment law. In information technology law focusing on issues such as computer law, cyberspace governance and intellectual property.
An electronic publication of scholarly essays about trends in online communication law and cyberspace.
A scholarly journal, published by the University of Florida law students, seeking to publish articles that focus upon the legal and policy aspects of various technology issues.
An online site exploring legal issues in the sports and entertainment field.
A scholarly journal publishing articles on entertainment subjects such as the Internet, copyright, and sports law.
A scholarly journal published by both the law and business schools of Michigan that contains articles on subjects such as the Internet and telecommunications.
The first on-line scholarly journal that focuses on the relationship of the law to emerging technologies.
An online journal publishing articles on technological innovations.
A scholarly journal publishing articles relating to current issues in technology and the law such as the Internet, copyright, censorship, and advances in medicine.
Sports Law Programs
A sports law program for the only law school on the country to offer a certificate of specialization in sports law for J.D. student who complete proscribed curriculum of courses.
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