In addition to providing an array of law and technology courses and externship opportunities, LTI sponsors the Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology (formerly known as the CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Technology Policy). JLT features articles written by scholars, practitioners, and students focusing on the most pressing and cogent issues in law and technology, particularly communications, intellectual property, and information privacy law. The journal also hosts an annual symposium focusing on important developments in the field.
LTI students participate in various moot court competitions related to law and technology, including the National Telecommunications Moot Court Competition sponsored by the Federal Communications Bar Association; the Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition sponsored by the American Intellectual Property Law Association; and the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition sponsored by the International Trademark Association. Judges for the written and oral argument phases of the competitions include judges and practitioners, some of whom are among the most prominent members in their fields.
LTI members participate in a number of student run organizations, including the Communications Law Students Association (CLSA), the Intellectual Property Law Students Association (IPLSA), and the Sports and Entertainment Law Society (SELS). These organizations represent student interests and help further LTI’s objectives. Open to all students at the law school, these organizations work in conjunction with LTI in sponsoring and organizing career panels, speakers, roundtable discussions, mentoring programs, and social events.
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