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North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology    
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ISSN: 1542-5177
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NC Journal of Law & Technology
University of North Carolina, School of Law
Van Hecke-Wettach Hall, CB # 3380
Chapel Hill, NC 27599

The North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology ("NC JOLT") is a student run journal at the University of North Carolina School of Law that focuses on the many intersections between law and technology. We define technology very broadly, covering issues in intellectual property, science, cyberspace, environmental law, criminal law, etc. NC JOLT is a forum for the publication and exchange of ideas and information about the relationships between law, science and technology in all areas, including: intellectual property, engineering, communications, and computers, physical, life and social sciences, the uses of science and technology in law practices, adjudications, and court and agency administration, policy implications, and legislative and administrative control of science and technology, and the business aspects of running a technology company. The North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology has adopted the principles of the Open Access Law Program, a part of the Scholar's Copyright Project created by Science Commons.
The Journal welcomes articles, notes and comments for publication. NC JOLT publishes two hardcopy issues per year and simultaneously makes those issues available on-line. Professors and practitioners are encouraged to submit papers on contemporary issues in the fields of law, science, and technology. The Journal also welcomes suggestions for future topics of research. Submissions may be made via e-mail or US mail, and must be accompanied by the author's address, telephone number, fax number, and email address. Please indicate if the item has been previously published or is under consideration for publication elsewhere. US mail submissions should include two hardcopies and a disk copy of the article. The disk copy must be in MS Word or WordPerfect format. The disk should be labeled with the author's name and the filename of the document. Materials submitted for consideration will not be returned. Papers must not exceed 45 double spaced pages including footnotes and endnotes, which should also be double spaced. An abstract of approximately 250 words and a table of contents is required. All submissions must conform to The Chicago Manual of Style (14th Ed.) and The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (18th Ed.).
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submissions email: submissions@ncjolt.org
general email: info@ncjolt.com