Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology (JLT) accepts submissions for publication throughout the year. The journal welcomes articles, essays, and book reviews written by scholars, practitioners, and other leading experts in the field of communications law. Articles published in JLT typically consist of lengthy explanations and criticisms of an area of the law while essays andbriefs tend to be much shorter and discuss or seek to initiate a discussion in an area of communications law, information privacy law, or intellectual property law.
Each submission to JLT is reviewed by at least two staff personnel. Depending on our publication cycle, authors are usually notified of a publication decision between one and six weeks after a submission is received.
Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology follows citation conventions described The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Columbia Law Review Ass'n et al. eds., 20th ed. 2015). Submissions should conform as much as possible with this style guide.
If you have written a manuscript about a topic of current interest in the field of technology and communications law or policy, we invite you to submit your writing to JLT through one of the below methods. Please note that submissions will not be returned.
Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology
Columbus School of Law
The Catholic University of America
3600 John McCormack Road, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20064
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Fax: (202) 319-4313