About the Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology
In 1998, Governor Frank Keating challenged institutions of higher education in the State of Oklahoma to take a leadership position in fostering research and development in advanced technology fields. The University of Oklahoma heeded this call and in an effort to continue this worthy pursuit, the University of Oklahoma College of Law welcomes you to the Oklahoma Journal of Law & Technology, Oklahoma's first legal publication devoted to the convergence of emerging technology and the law.
The Oklahoma Journal of Law & Technology (OKJOLT) is a scholarly publication produced by students at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. OKJOLT will strive to keep practitioners, judges, policymakers and academic communities informed through the use of an easily accessible forum which provides timely and insightful scholarship regarding the dynamic field of technology law. It is our hope that this publication will lead to open dialogue about emerging technology and its effects on U.S. law.
OKJOLT is proud to be Oklahoma's first journal published exclusively in electronic format. Using the latest in electronic publishing technology the journal is able to publish timely data in a reader-friendly environment with hypertext linking to supporting documents, easily accessible through the World Wide Web.
WHAT'S NEW ON OKJOLT
The OKJOLT Blog has begun publishing material. Newest entries include --
- "Four Things Every Inventor Should Do by March 15," by Max Stul Oppenheimer, Professor of Law, Univ. of Baltimore (Feb. 28, 2013)
- "The Shadows of Social Networking," by Kyle Gregory (Feb. 19, 2013)
The following works have been published on the OKJOLT site between May and December of 2012 --
- Maxwell S. Bayman, "Subsidizing Advanced Nuclear Energy"
- Lark Zink, "A Framework for Untangling Intents in Posthumous Sperm Extraction"
- Justin Hinderliter, "iRight: There's No App for That"
- January Turner, "Tinkering with Tinker: Applying a New Test to Peer on Peer Bullying in Social Media"
- Nicollette Brandt, "Louboutin's Trademark Suit Against Yves Saint Laurent: Creating a Color War in the Fashion Industry"
- Jessica Nicole Cory, "The Gap Created by E-Commerce: How States Can Preserve Their Sales and Use Tax Revenue in the Digital Age"
Abstracts and complete PDF files of these works are available at the Current Publications page.