Aims & Scope
The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (JOLT) articles in Volume 1 through Volume 9 are available in either .txt, .html, or .pdf versions. For .html versions, regardless of the browser, the annotations are user-friendly. Each citation is numbered sequentially and placed between brackets (example: ). The endnotes are located at the end of the article; when you click on the citation, the browser will automatically drop down to the endnotes section of the document and place the requested endnote at the top of the page. Simply click the hyperlink next to the endnote to return to the article text. The Journal does not use page numbers but instead cites paragraphs numbered in the following fashion: .
For Volume 10 through the current Volume, to read articles on the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology website, you will need to have Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. The latter program can be downloaded free of charge at Adobe’s website. Articles can be downloaded and saved on your computer free of charge and utilized for offline research or reading.
The Journal provides a Table of Contents for its articles, and the numbers listed in the Table of Contents refer to paragraph numbers, not page numbers. In addition, each citation is numbered sequentially and is listed either as a footnote or an endnote. Footnotes are located at the bottom of each page, and endnotes are located at the end of the article.
The Journal is published entirely online and does not use page numbering in its articles; instead, the Journal uses paragraph numbers for citation purposes. Paragraphs are numbered in the following fashion: .
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The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology
University of Richmond School of Law
Richmond, Virginia 23173