About the Journal

The Journal of Computer & Information Law is focused on providing current, relevant legal analysis regarding international information technology and privacy law. The Journal strives to publish articles that are both scholarly and practical, and achieves this goal by involving international insight, keeping abreast of evolving technology, and including input from several viewpoints including academia, government, business and private practice.

The Journal is an honors program at The John Marshall Law School, and as such, also focuses on improving student writing skills through a vigorous candidacy semester. During the candidacy semester students produce a case note or a comment that may be published by the Journal. Also during the candidacy semester, candidates help edit articles scheduled for Journal publication.