The Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal

Rutgers Law School – Newark

ABOUT

Founded in 1969, the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal (“RCTLJ”) is the earliest and longest running academic journal dedicated to publishing pieces on law and technology. Each year, two issues are published in print and electronic format. The journal is student-run, led by Rutgers Law students and supervised by Rutgers Faculty. In addition to publishing student notes and academic articles each year, the journal also publishes a Bibliography that includes a source index of academic works centered on technology and law from all around the world. Subscription to the journal is available via HEIN Online, EBSCO, and RCTLJ.

NOTABLE MENTIONS

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

BILSKI V. KAPPOS

Citing Malla Pollack – The Multiple Unconstitutionality of Business Method Patents: Common Sense, Congressional Consideration, and Constitutional History Symposium Articles: E-Commerce in the Digital Millenium: The Legal Ramifications of the DMCA and Business Method Patents.

LAB. CORP. OF AM. HOLDINGS V. METABOLITE LABS.

Citing Malla Pollack – The Multiple Unconstitutionality of Business Method Patents: Common Sense, Congressional Consideration, and Constitutional History Symposium Articles: E-Commerce in the Digital Millenium: The Legal Ramifications of the DMCA and Business Method Patents.

DIAMOND V. DIEHR

Citing Michael C. Gemignani – Legal Protection for Computer Software: The View From ’79; Mitchell P. Novick & Helena Wallenstein – The Algorithm and Computer Software Patentability: A Scientific View of a Legal Problem; Harold L. Davis – Computer Programs and Subject Matter Patentability.

Spring 2020

Technology Overuse Reinventing the Myth of Consumer Responsibility – Gala Bernstein, Professor of Law at Seton Hall Law School

New Laws of Robotics Book Talk: Chatbot Therapy at all Crossroads: Reimbursement, Malpractice, and Licensure Implication of Automated Mental Health Care – Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School

Huawel, Internet Governance, and IEEPA Reform – David Opderbeck, Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology at Seton Hall Law School

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Spring 2019
Spring 2016

CONTACT RCTLJ

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