The Georgetown Law Technology Review
The Georgetown Law Technology Review (GLTR) is an online law journal that seeks to serve professionals at the intersection of law and technology by closing the gap between the two different languages often spoken by lawyers and technologists. Each issue of GLTR covers pertinent areas of technology law and policy in an in-depth but accessible way through articles from academics, student notes, literature reviews, explanations of complex technologies, and discussions of legal developments.
The publication draws from the major themes of privacy, cybersecurity, intellectual property, and telecommunications, but also looks to cover new developments where technology meets the legal profession.
GLTR publishes two major issues per year with other content regularly published in between. In keeping with the technological ethos, all content will be published exclusively online with open access.
The Review operates the largest law-student writing competition on technology law and policy. The Review invites students to submit papers relating to pressing technology issues such as artificial intelligence, online civil rights, and access to technology. Papers are evaluated by a panel of judges drawn from policy makers, the private sector, civil society, and academia.