Published twice a year, the SMU Science & Technology Law Review is a journal produced by the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law’s Science and Technology Law Review Association. Each issue includes articles authored by leading scholars and practitioners that address key legal, economic, and political developments and issues within science and technology, including the legal use and limits of hardware and software, and patent, copyright, and intellectual property law.
The SMU Science & Technology Law Review, which is SMU’s newest law journal, is edited by student members of the board of editors and staff of the Science and Technology Law Review Association (STLR). STLR is guided and overseen by two SMU faculty members who coordinate with the internal student Editor-in-Chief. The journal works closely with SMU Dedman School of Law’s Tsai Center for Law, Science and Innovation to host an annual symposium on cutting-edge issues in the science and technology field.
Current Issue: Volume 22, Number 1 (2019)
Don’t Burn the Looms—Regulation of Uber and Other Gig Labor MarketsHenry H. Perritt Jr.51
Corporate Genealogists: The New Homicide DetectivesMorgan Crider153
Natural Cycles: When an Algorithm Digitally Mandates Your Sexual HealthJacqueline Tran179