Elon Law Review
Call for Papers & Our 2023 Symposiumn
“Hodl and Horizons: How Technology is Changing the Legal Landscape”
Friday, September 22, 2023
Artificial Intelligence, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), ChatGPT…over the last few years, the world has seen an exponential proliferation of technology across all industries. With new inventions comes new legal territory as our judicial system begins to determine the boundaries within which these new technologies must operate. How will NFTs work under data privacy and copyright law? What laws govern the Metaverse? How will law firms adapt to the changing work environment brought on by COVID, work automation, and hybrid-office demands? The Elon Law Review invites submissions for our Symposium exploring such legal developments involving tech and law.
The Fall 2023 Symposium will be held on Friday, September 22, with a reception for presenters the evening before. Paper topics must revolve around technology and the law. An abstract of the scholarly paper to be presented should be submitted no later than Friday, March 24, to Chief Symposium Editor KimberMarie Faircloth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please attach a resume or CV to your submission. Accepted proposals will be organized into symposium panels around the proposed themes. Final papers will be due by Friday, June 30, for both presentation at the Symposium and publication in the Symposium issue of the 2023 Elon Law Review.
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The Elon Law Review was established in 2008 as the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal of the Elon University School of Law. With each issue, the Elon Law Review strives to advance legal education and scholarship through the contribution of intelligent discussion and analysis of the law. In addition to publishing an annual issue that examine novel and significant topics of legal scholarship, the Elon Law Review hosts a yearly symposium on an emerging topic in the legal community.
The Elon Law Review is supported, in part, by the generosity of the Aycock family in establishing the William P. Aycock II Law Review Fund.
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