Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal

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The Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal, founded in 1969 at Rutgers School of Law–Newark, is the world's oldest and longest running academic journal dealing with the interaction of law and technology.[1] It is a student-run, law review–style publication, and two issues are published each year.[1] The journal's staff is selected through a writing competition held at the end of each academic year.[2]


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