The Syracuse Journal of Science and Technology Law, formerly the Syracuse Science and Technology Law Reporter, is a student-run multidisciplinary online journal publishing scholarly work on a variety of legal issues in developing areas of science and technology law. Such areas include, but are not limited to, intellectual property, computers and communications, technology transfer, and biotechnology. JOST publishes both professional and student written scholarly notes and book reviews on the basis of novelty, insight, and relevance, thereby providing a forum for the discussion of significant developments in science and technology law. The journal strives to identify the newest forms of technology and science related to the law, while providing students and professionals the opportunity to showcase their research and writing skills.
Congratulations to all of our students who were chosen for publication! Look for their publications in next year’s volumes!
Congratulations to the newly elected e-board of the Syracuse Journal of Science and Technology Law!
We hope everyone is enjoying our new look! A very special thank you goes out to our Managing Editor, Mary Bertlesman for all of her hard working in making this transition a success.
Congratulations to all of the students that were selected for publication!