Welcome, students!ITechLaw enjoys a strong student presence in its membership, and encourages law students to join as part of their career networking strategy.
We invite active participation and membership from law students around the world. Be sure to check out our Cyberspace Camp and Writing Competition to see our educational and networking benefits at work.
Want to get involved? Visit our committees and see if something interests you. We welcome you to contact our committee chairpersons to investigate possible volunteer opportunities.
Students, you are the future of ITechLaw. We look forward to meeting you!
Student Writing CompetitionPlease note: ITechLaw will not be making this award in 2008. Please look for updates for the following competition year.
ITechLaw holds an annual writing competition to recognize papers on information technology law topics. Please find full details here.
Our Latest WinnerShane L Smith of Norfolk, Virginia is the winner of the 2006 Information Technology Law Writing competition, sponsored by ITechLaw, in association with the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review. Shane’s paper is titled: "Gone in a Blink: The Overlooked Privacy Problems Caused by Contactless Payment Systems." Congratulations Shane!
The competition was open to both U.S. and International students currently enrolled in either a JD or LLM accredited law school. It recognizes the best and brightest student research papers relating to information technology law. ITechLaw thanks Denny Rice and Eric Goldman for their efforts in organizing this competition and reviewing the submissions.