Call for Papers: UF Journal of Law and Public Policy Media Law Issue

November 20, 2012 at 8:45 pm Leave a comment

The University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy is accepting paper submissions for its Spring 2013 issue on media law. Submissions should focus on topics related to media law, including defamation, privacy, intellectual property or the First Amendment.

Submissions are due January 15, 2013 and may be directed to

For more information, go here.
Topics: Calls for Papers, Communications Law, Intellectual property, Constitutional Law


Entry filed under: Calls for Papers, Communications Law, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property Law.

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