The Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts publishes concise legal analysis for practicing attorneys. The Journal is a partnership between student editors, faculty, and an External Board comprised of faculty and practicing attorneys. This ensures the Journal publishes timely, relevant, and informative articles.
The Journal began publication in 2004 under the title Shidler Journal of Law, Commerce +Technology. That title covered volumes 1-5, 2004-2010.
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Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 3 (2018)
How Machines Learn: Where Do Companies Get Data for Machine Learning and What Licenses Do They Need?
Rachel Wilka, Rachel Landy, and Scott A. McKinney
Robots Welcome? Ethical and Legal Considerations for Web Crawling and Scraping
Zachary Gold and Mark Latonero
Smart Contracts, Blockchain, and the Next Frontier of Transactional Law
Scott A. McKinney, Rachel Landy, and Rachel Wilka