Established in 1994, the Columbia Journal of European Law (CJEL) is committed to publishing and promoting the highest caliber European legal scholarship. CJEL is one of the few legal publications in the United States devoted exclusively to European law and is currently the #1 ranked journal in the world in its field.*

With its home at Columbia Law School, CJEL’s important contributions to European legal scholarship render it one of the most prominent international law journals in the country.

CJEL is launching a special issue for Volume 24.3 on technology, innovation, and the law. For this issue we are soliciting short essays (5,000-8,000 words) addressing diverse aspects of technology law. Essays may be submitted to by December 15, 2017. For more information, click here.

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