Submit to the SMU Science and Technology Law Review
The editorial board of the SMU Science and Technology Law Review invites you to submit articles for publication. Articles will be considered that meet the Standards of Publication (see below). We suggest that law review article submissions follow the Standard Law Review Format. Please also view our General Editorial Guidelines.
If you would like to submit an article for consideration, please e-mail it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, preferably as a Word or WordPerfect document. In the interest of efficiency, we do not accept hard copies send via snail mail.
The SMU Science and Technology Law Review publishes articles dealing with the many substantive law issues affecting computers and technology. This includes patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, domain names, privacy rights, e-commerce issues, criminal law, dispute resolution, jurisdiction, comparative law, and other areas in which the use of technology raises new or interesting legal issues.
All articles submitted must comply with a Uniform System of Citation and the Texas Rules of Form.
The author must disclose any personal, financial, or professional interest in any subject matter of the article.
The author must state whether the article has been or may be published elsewhere.