The Duke Law & Technology Review is a student-edited online publication of Duke Law School that has been published since 2001 and is devoted to examining the evolving intersection of law and technology. Unlike traditional legal journals, DLTR focuses on short, direct, and accessible “issue briefs” or “iBriefs,” intended to provide cutting edge insight to lawyers and non-legal professionals. iBlawg was a DLTR side blog from 2006 to 2007. Please note: As of February 2012, the official citation for the Duke Law and Technology Review was altered to include a volume number, followed by the title of the journal, and the page number on which the article begins. Additionally, Volume 1 includes all scholarship published from 2001-2003.
To review recent DLTR articles please see: RECENT ARTICLES.
To review all prior DLTR volumes see: PRIOR VOLUMES.
To search all articles from the DLTR archive see: ADVANCED SEARCH.