The John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law is an international law review dedicated to current issues in information technology and privacy law. As one of the first of its kind, the Journal fills a unique niche among legal academic publications, addressing cutting-edge topics with input from scholars around the world.

Recently, the Journal was the only law review cited in by the United States Supreme Court on June 9, 2008 in Quanta Computer, Inc. v. LG Electronics, Inc. Read the opinion here.


Current Issue

VOL. XXVIII • Spring 2011 • NO. 3

Articles

The Board's Responsibility For Information Technology Governance

Lawrence J. Trautman & Kara Altenbaumer-Price

The Need for Better Analysis of High Capacity Services

George S. Ford & Lawrence J. Spiwak

Comments

My Teacher Sux! [Censored]: Protecting Students' Right to Free Speech on the Internet

Katherine Hokenson

Schools: Where Fewer Rights are Reasonable? Why the Reasonableness Standard is Inappropriate to Measure the Use of RFID Tracking Devices on Students

Alexandra C. Hirsch