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From the monthly archives: August 2013
Welcome to the fall 2013 season of JETLaw blogging! We will resume regular entertainment, technology, and intellectual property law blogging this week.
The Snowden leaks continued with the Washington Post, this time revealing (alleged) NSA documents that show an internal audit revealing thousands of unauthorized policy violations in the course [...]Continue Reading →
Earlier this summer, JETLaw welcomed thirty-two new members. We congratulate these new JETLaw Staff Members for 2013-14 and look forward to another successful year for the Journal. We also would like to congratulate the new members of the Vanderbilt Law Review and the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law. Welcome to the Journals!
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