The Journal

The Virginia Journal of Law and Technology (VJoLT) is a student-run publication of the University of Virginia School of Law. VJoLT was established in 1996 by students who sought to enhance the focus at the Law School on issues arising from the intersection of law and technology.

VJoLT publishes on a wide variety of issues at the intersection of law and technology. Recent issues have included articles on intellectual property, Bitcoin, consumer data, and antitrust law. Our goal is to present cutting-edge and emerging legal issues that develop as technology advances.

The Journal publishes in print and online at www.vjolt.org, and is also indexed on Lexis and Westlaw. Publishing online allows us to present cutting-edge and emerging issues in a more timely fashion than most print journals. This is a true advantage in the
dynamic field of intellectual property.

Our Editorial Board

Meet the leaders responsible for VJOLT.

 

Editor-In-Chief
Daniel Temkin

Managing Editor
Matthew Johnson

Technology Editor for Publication
Jacob Bradshaw

Technology Editor for Outreach
Herminio Rivera

Executive Editors
Tyler Fredricks
Hutton Marshall
Jay Travis Williamson

Submissions Editors
Maulin Shah
David Wuchenich

Articles Editors
Allison Angel
Ian Carlin
Douglas Kim

Articles Review Board
Nicholas Lewis
Jennifer Stecco
Ryan Sullivan

Editorial Board

Sarah Burgart
Devyn Byrd
Bradley Dennis
David Hagen
Michael Gee
Keyawna Griffith
Mekbeb Hagos
Misa Haring
Genevieve Khuong
Taylor Kordsiemon
Winifred McBride

Amber McCoy
Muskan Mumtaz
Andrew Papa
Yeeji Park
Shruthi Prabhu
Benjamin Rosenblum
Matthew Shatanof
Christopher Spadaro
Nathan Tyre
Max Wagner