UIC John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law was an international legal publication dedicated to addressing cutting edge topics in information technology and privacy law. This journal has ended publication and this site serves as an archive. Volumes 1 through 12, No. 2 were published under the title Computer/Law Journal and, following a merger of the Computer/Law Journal with the Software Law Journal in 1993, Volumes 12, No. 3 through 29 were published under the title The John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law. The Journal changed its title to The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law beginning with Volume 30. Volume 34, Issue 1 was published as UIC John Marshall Journal of Technology & Privacy Law.
Current Issue: Volume 34 (2019), Issue 1 (2019)This is the last issue of this journal. Only this issue, Volume 34, Issue 1, was published as UIC John Marshall Journal of Technology & Privacy Law.
Panel I: Blockchain and the Law, 34 UIC J. Marshall J. Priv. & Tech. L. 1 (2019)
Carla Reyes, Nelson Rosario, Rachel Cannon, and Richard Tall
Panel II: Blockchain Regulation and Criminal Law, 34 UIC J. Marshall J. Priv. & Tech. L. 31 (2019)
Justin Steffen, Michele Korver, Elaine Wyder-Harshman, Michael Baumert, and Emily Hayes
Panel III: Practicing Blockchain Law, 34 UIC J. Marshall J. Priv. & Tech. L. 52 (2019)
Peter Nadimi, Samuel Korver, Zach Smolinski, Lauren Steinhaeuser, and Corey Bieber