Call for Papers: Campbell Law Review

April 4, 2013 at 3:15 pm Leave a comment

Campbell Law Review is accepting papers for its National Edition, which will be focused broadly around Internet Law and related themes.  In particular, it seeks recent essays that deal with the challenges posed and the steps that must be taken for the law to respond to emerging technological changes.

Submissions are due August 1, 2013, for publication in fall 2013.  Submissions, along with a curriculum vita, should be sent to

Topics: Calls for Papers, Technology Law


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