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Friday, September 06, 2019

Penn State Law Review Symposium

The Penn State Law Review is now accepting articles for its annual symposium, which will be hosted in the Spring of 2020. This year, the topic of the Penn State Law Review Symposium will focus on the legal implications of upcoming technological advances, for example, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, and big data.

The symposium is intended to increase the breadth of research on such novel topics; stimulate discussion amongst attorneys, students, and academics; and enhance the overall understanding of the legal effects of such rapidly developing technological advancements. 


To facilitate the application process as easily as possible, the Law Review requests that all applicants use the attached formhere: https://forms.gle/Lt95Z9zamMLKDAiz7. Please submit all application forms and inquiries no later than October 3, 2019 at 5:00 pm (EST) to Gaela Normile, the Law Review’s Executive Articles Editor, at [email protected]. 


Applicants should expect to write and present his or her article at the symposium, which will be either late March or early April. All travel expenses will be reimbursed by the Law Review. In addition, applicants should expect that the Law Review may request further information. The Law Review will notify applicants whether they remain under consideration by October 15, 2019. Thank you.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on September 6, 2019 at 11:13 AM in Teaching Law | Permalink


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