The Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law (JETLaw) is an official, highly-ranked, student-run publication of Vanderbilt University Law School and publishes four issues annually. A special issue includes papers presented at its annual symposium, hosted on the law school campus in Nashville, TN. JETLaw serves as a unique yet 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.
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Current Issue: Volume 23, Issue 4 (2021)
Labor Organization in Ride-Sharing—Unionization or Cartelization?
Mark Anderson and Max Huffman
Race Cartels: How Constructor Collaboration Is Curbing Innovation in Formula 1
Chandler C. Gerard-Reimer