Spring 2009 Writing Competition

The UCLA Journal of Law & Technology (JOLT) is currently soliciting articles by law students for our Spring 2009 writing competition.


Submissions must address a topic related to law and technology (e.g., intellectual property, antitrust, privacy, internet, the sciences). Submissions should be between roughly 20-40 pages in length (including footnotes). Footnotes must conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (18th Ed.).


Friday, February 20th at 5 p.m.


The top overall submission will be published by JOLT* during the Spring or Fall 2009 and the author will receive a $1,000 prize. A $500 prize will be awarded to the author of the top UCLA law student submission (unless it is also the top overall submission).

Application Process:

Please send an e-mail to submissions@lawtechjournal.com with the following documents attached:
1. An electronic copy of the article in Microsoft Word or WordPerfect format
2. An article abstract of at least 150 words
3. An article table of contents
4. A resume or curriculum vitae including the author's address, telephone number, and email address

* To be published in JOLT, the winning submission must meet JOLT's publication standards.


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