As part of our online edition, The Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal is proud to announce its HTLJ Blog to address a wide range of topics related to high tech. We accept submissions on a rolling basis from current undergraduate students at Santa Clara University as well as 1Ls, 2Ls, and 3Ls at the law school. We prioritize publication of pieces from our own associates on HTLJ.
Our Goal: Our goal is two-fold: to increase HTLJ’s visibility and expand publication opportunities for students. We welcome entry submissions about relevant topics in technology law from all class levels at Santa Clara University. We encourage new perspectives on current events and popular topics in the high tech law space.
Requirements: Blog entries should be between 500-1500 words, summarizing a relevant topic in technology law.
Submission Process: Please email HTLJ’s Managing Editor Online, Haley Nieh ([email protected]) with a brief introduction, summary of your piece and a Word doc of your blog submission with proper Bluebook citation and formatting. You will hear from our team shortly thereafter. Thank you!
Potential Blog Topics
- Advertising & Marketing
- Assisted Reproduction, Cloning and Genetic Engineering
- Biotechnology Law Seminar
- Entrepreneurial Law/endeavors
- Copyright Law
- Cybersecurity Law
- Diversity in Technology
- Entertainment Transactions
- Food and Drug Law
- International Law
- Internet Law
- Children in YouTube
- Intersections of Law
- Judicial Decisions
- Legal and Business Aspects of the Entertainment Industry
- Mass Communication – Television, Cable, Satellite Video and Convergence
- Privacy Law
- Rights of Publicity
- Securities Regulation
- Technology Licensing
- Trade Secrets
- Trademarks & Unfair Competition