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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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Kathryn Brown’s Student Note, The Risks of Taking Facebook at Face Value: Why the Psychology of Social Networking Should Influence the Evidentiary Relevance of Facebook Photographs, was cited by U.S. Magistrate Judge A. Kathleen Tomlinson in Giacchetto v. Patchogue-Medford Union Free Sch. Dist., No. 2:11-cv-06323 (ADS) (AKT), 2013 WL 2897054, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 83341 (E.D.N.Y. [...]Continue Reading →
Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law Summer 2013 Issue (Volume 15, Issue 4) Released
On May 6, 2013 By Bradlee Edmondson November 25, 2013
The Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law has published its Summer 2013 issue, Volume 15, Issue 4. This year’s previous issues, Volume 15, Issue 1, Volume 15, Issue 2, and Volume 15, Issue 3 are also available online. Hard copies of the journal will be available soon.
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In the annual law journal rankings compiled by Washington and Lee University School of Law, JETLaw has risen an astonishing eighty-five spots to our highest rank ever! See http://lawlib.wlu.edu/LJ/index.aspx for more details. Currently the highest rated Arts and Entertainment Law Journal outside of New York City, JETLaw is accepting submissions now.Continue Reading →
JETLaw congratulates its student award winners for the 2011-2012 school year!
Chris Lantz Memorial Outstanding Service Award: Megan LaDriere Student Writing Award: Katie Brown Best Blogger: Mike Dearington Best Blog Commenter: Joanna Collins
For more information on JETLaw student awards, visit our Awards page.Continue Reading →
JETLaw is pleased to announce the Class of 2013 Editorial Board.
Shane D. Valenzi Editor In Chief Michael F. Dearington Executive Editor Swathi Padmanabhan Jeremy P. Gove Frances M. Kammeraad Senior Articles Editor Senior Managing Editor Senior Notes Editor Joanna E. Collins Kathryn E. Kuhn Kendall L. Short Senior Development Editor Senior Managing Editor Senior [...]Continue Reading →
Congratulations to the following students who have been selected for fast track publication in Volume 14:
Jeremy Gove, Using Tobacco Awards As a Metric to Determine the Award Owed to NFL Players in Suits Over Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Erin Reimer, Nontraditional Trademarks: Developing a Standard for Infringement of Smell and Taste Marks Brandon Trout, The [...]Continue Reading →
On September 21, 2011 By JETLaw October 20, 2011
JETLaw’s annual Symposium will take place on Friday, January 27, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Symposium, entitled “Copyright & Creativity: Perspectives on Fixation, Authorship, & Expression,” will focus on legal issues surrounding copyright and creative forms, such that stakeholders may come together for dialogue regarding the evolution of both law and creative expression. Our panels [...]Continue Reading →
Congratulations to the following students, whose work will be published in Volume 14:
Whitney Boshers, What’s in a Name? Predictably Regulating Cyberfraud to Protect the Democratic Political Process Katie Brown, The Risk of Taking Facebook at Face Value: Why the Psychology of Social Networking Should Influence the Evidentiary Relevance of Facebook Photographs Stephen Josey, GPS [...]Continue Reading →
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