Earlier this month, the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted the long-awaited Met Gala, titled “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.” As celebrities walked the red carpet in couture gowns turned wearable tech, this year’s theme reflected the expanding nexus of technology and the fashion industry.
In a time when technology occupies an undeniable role in our lives as consumers, attorneys, and academics, Columbia Science and Technology Law Review is thrilled to publish diverse and timely legal scholarship dedicated to this innovative field. We are now seeking Comments for Volume XVIII of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. Like our regular articles, Comments are academic, scholarly, or practical pieces written about developments in science and technology and their effect on the law.
Our Comment are short pieces–no more than 5,000 words–covering current issues and recent events in the interdisciplinary fields of science and technology law. In addition to being published alongside our regular articles, Comment may also be published online as they become available to create discussion around current issues.
If you have a Comment that you’d like to submit, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions should include author contact information and a brief summary of the Comment.
Executive Editor for Submissions