At BTLJ, our mission is to publish the most cutting edge and insightful scholarship possible at the intersection of law and technology. In addition to the traditional BTLJ print journal, we are introducing our new, online-only publication, called BTLJ Commentaries. The subject matter of BTLJ Commentaries will remain unchanged from our print journal–discussion of any topic related to law and technology or intellectual property is welcome.
The goal of this new publication will be to publish shorter pieces of approximately 1500 to 3000 words on an accelerated timeline. This will enable our authors to discuss topics in a more timely way, provoke discussion, and respond to new developments in both scholarship and current events, all in a quicker, more streamlined format.
- Blockchain Code as Antitrust
- Fuzzy Tokens: Thinking Carefully About Technical Classification Versus Legal Classification of Cryptoassets
- Reckless Automation in Policing
- Quantum Computing and Intellectual Property Law
- Mandatory DNA Collection Program Poses Privacy Risks and Harms for Migrants