The Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law (JETLaw) is an official, highly ranked, student-run publication of Vanderbilt University Law School
focusing on technology, intellectual property, and entertainment law. JETLaw publishes four issues annually, including a special issue comprised of papers presented at its annual symposium, hosted on the law school campus in Nashville, TN.
JETLaw serves as a unique and inclusive forum for cutting-edge legal scholarship dedicated to the expanding nexus of entertainment, technology, and law in an increasingly connected world. Recognizing that this fusion of entertainment and technology poses novel legal issues in many fields of law, JETLaw welcomes scholarly submissions from the perspectives of copyright, administrative, sports, art, science, technology, and entertainment law, among others.
In addition to the printed journal, JETLaw seeks to connect interested communities through its blog
, which incorporates easily accessible legal analysis of current events, cases, and issues related to the journal’s scope.
JETLaw was founded in 1998 as the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment Law and Practice, and changed its name in 2005.