- J.D. Law
In the field of law, the writing and editing of scholarly journals is given to the care of students. BU Law hosts six nationally recognized law journals run by J.D. students. These publications invite scholarly work from members of the legal community and allow students to make their own original contributions to professional literature. They include: Boston University Law Review American Journal of Law & Medicine Annual Review of Banking & Financial Law Boston University International Law Journal Journal of Science & Technology Law Public Interest Law Journal
- Journal of High Technology Law
The Journal of High Technology Law (JHTL) was founded in 1998 and became one of Suffolk University Law School’s four Honor Boards in 2001. JHTL complements the Intellectual Property Law Concentration, the LL.M. in Global Technology, and the distinguished high technology faculty and student-run organizations.
Journal of High Technology Law is a law journal at Suffolk University Law School that covers all areas of High Technology Law.
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- BC Law Intellectual Property & Technology Forum & Journal
The Intellectual Property & Technology Forum & Journal at Boston College Law School (the "Forum") is a legal publication dedicated to providing readers with rigorous, innovative scholarship, timely reporting, and ongoing discussion from the legal community concerning technology law and intellectual property. The Forum is designed, edited and published by students at Boston College Law School.
Joomla - the dynamic portal engine and content management system, The Intellectual Property & Technology Forum & Journal at Boston College Law School (the "Forum") is a legal publication concerning technology law and intellectual property, published by students at Boston College Law School.
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