The Campbell Law Review is pleased to announce a call for papers for its National Edition, which will be focused broadly around Internet Law and related themes. The Internet and associated technologies continue to shape a pervasively networked, globalized society, creating new forces that are impacting the contours of law, society, culture, and the legal profession.
The Law Review seeks to publish papers on legal, social, cultural, and economic issues that relate to the emerging technological changes. In particular, we seek recent essays that deal with the challenges posed and the steps that must be taken for the law to respond, now and in the future. Representative topics include privacy law, freedom of speech, and the changing nature of the legal profession.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE: The deadline to submit an article is August 1, 2013, for publication in fall 2013. Submissions, along with a curriculum vita, should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
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