The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law is an international legal publication dedicated to addressing cutting edge topics in information technology and privacy law. The Journal is currently read in over 50 countries and has been recognized as one of the most frequently cited technology journals worldwide. Volumes 1 through 12, No. 2 were published under the title Computer/Law Journal and, following a merger of the Computer/Law Journal with the Software Law Journal in 1993, Volumes 12, No. 3 through 29 were published under the title The John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law. The Journal changed its title to The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law beginning with Volume 30.
The John Marshall Law Review is one of the oldest and most respected honors programs at The John Marshall Law School. Membership in The Law Review enhances research, writing, and editing skills, and it provides excellent training for the practice of law. The Law Review’s purpose is to publish scholarly works on a broad range of legal topics in four issues each year. The publication includes works written by judges, legal scholars, noted practitioners and John Marshall students.
The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law (RIPL) is a student-run organization that is committed to continuing the tradition of excellence in the field of intellectual property at The John Marshall Law School. RIPL is an outgrowth of John Marshall’s intellectual property law program, one of the oldest and most comprehensive programs in the United States. RIPL publishes scholarly work in four yearly issues by prominent and experienced judges, law school professors, and practitioners in the intellectual property field, along with student comments.