About This Journal

The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology reach thousands of readers per month in more than 70 countries around the world. We currently publish 4-5 issues per academic year. Each issue covers a broad range of topics ranging from developing legal issues on the Internet to issues in bio-technology and emerging areas of constitutional law.

Since its founding in 1995, the Journal has expanded its scope to encompass the full range of topics under the general heading of Technology Law.

Full text articles published by the Journal are available on the World Wide Web, through LEXIS, Westlaw, The Index to Legal Periodicals, William S. Hein & Co., and a number of other legal indices. The purpose of making the Journal available exclusively online relates to the unique characteristics of the Internet: the hypertext capabilities of the World Wide Web, combined with the low cost of access make this an ideal medium for transmitting legal information to a mass audience.

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