Articles published in the Journal of High Technology Law (JHTL) are submitted by judges, legal scholars, and other authorities in various fields of law. Lead Articles should be scholarly in style and contain incisive analysis, informed opinion, and content of interest to the legal community. JHTL seeks a diversity of subject matter and occasionally accepts an article focusing on issues from broader social perspectives in addition to articles reflecting traditional legal analyses.

JHTL carefully considers each manuscript received. Upon submission, the Lead Articles Department reviews the article and tentatively decides whether it is of publishable quality. After preliminary research about the author and the area of law covered by the article, the Lead Articles Editors, in conjunction with the Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor, decide whether to extend an offer to the author. If the author accepts, JHTL members check the substantive and technical accuracy of the piece, and make grammatical and stylistic suggestions. Although JHTL defers to authors in stylistic matters, the editorial board cannot sacrifice the substantive and technical accuracy of articles.

You may submit articles to the Journal of High Technology Law via email or standard mail. Footnotes should conform to the standards set forth in The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed. 2010). Please visit these Web sites for more information on The Bluebook citation standards:

www.legalbluebook.com
www.law.cornell.edu/citation