Canadian Journal of Law and Technology

About This Journal

The Canadian Journal of Law and Technology provides a forum for matters of interest relating to information technology law issues, including internet law, law and technology, privacy law, information technology transactions, electronic commerce, biotechnology, intellectual property and commercialization of research and development projects. The focus of the material is primarily Canadian. The Journal also includes book reviews and commentary on significant cases.

Published twice a year since 2002, CJLT is edited by Maria C. Dugas and Lucie Guibault of Dalhousie's Law and Technology Institute, and published by Thomson Carswell. The journal features articles, comments, and book reviews on law and technology issues.

Current online and hard copy issues of the CJLT are available by subscription from Thomson Carswell. Information about the CJLT and archived issues are available through Dalhousie's OJS website.

CJLT is seeking submissions on an ongoing basis and publishes two issues per year - spring and fall. Articles, notes and case comments are all welcome.

Please contact the Managing Editor to submit.