Legal journals and reviews with material related to information technology.
- Computer & Technology Law Journal - Rutgers University - to keep judges, policymakers, practitioners and the academic community abreast of the dynamic legal issues arising from society’s interaction with computers and emerging technologies
- Contents Pages from Law Reviews - Tarlton Law Library, University of Texas School of Law - contents pages from the past three months of more than 750 law reviews and other scholarly journals related to the law, updated daily
- Harvard Journal of Law and Technology - Harvard Law School - articles by academics, practitioners, and policymakers on a variety of topics, including intellectual property, biotechnology, e-commerce, cybercrime, the Internet, and telecommunications
- International Journal of Law and Information Technology - Oxford University Press - coverage of computer law as well as the application of computer technology to legal practice, designed to be of use to both lawyers and computer specialists
- Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT) - Warwick Law School - peer reviewed and non-refereed articles, commentaries, work in progress articles, book and IT reviews, and conference reports and papers, as well as information papers, news and UK and global conferences
- Journal of Online Law - College of William and Mary School of Law - aims at concisely framing and exploring the key legal issues arising from networked communication, speculating about future trends, and trying to bring interested readers some interesting reading about the law of cyberspace
- Legal Publishers List: Corporate Affiliations of Legal Publishers - American Association of Law Libraries' Committee on Relations with Information Vendors (AALL CRIV)
- Richmond Journal of Law and Technology - University of Richmond School of Law - focuses on the impact that computer-related and other emerging technologies have on the law
- Stanford Technology Law Review (STLR) - Stanford Law School - forum for intellectual discourse on critical issues at the intersection of law, science, technology, and public policy
- Virginia Journal of Law and Technology
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