Journal of Science & Technology Law

About JOSTL

The Journal of Science & Technology Law (the Journal), publishes the best practical scholarship from experts in the areas of biotechnology, computers and communications, intellectual property, technology transfer and business law for technology-based companies. The Journal is currently available in print as well as online here at our Web page. The Journal is published by second and third-year students from Boston University School of Law.

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Volume 19 Issue 2 - Summer 2013

Articles

Humans and Humans+: Technological Enhancement and Criminal Responsibility
by Susan W. Brenner

An Infamous Illustration of Patent Infringement Pleading: Form 18 and Context-Specificity
by Andrew C. Michaels

Cybersecurity Policy for the Electricity Sector: The First Step to Protecting Our Critical Infrastructure From Cyber Threats
by Zhen Zhang

Notes

Holy Fandom, Batman! Commercial Fan Works, Fair Use, and the Economics of Complements and Market Failure
by Christina Chung

Flags of Convenience and the Commercial Space Flight Industry: The Inadequacy of Current International Law to Address the Opportune Registration of Space Vehicles in Flag States
by Adrian Taghdiri

Essay

Individualism and Republicanism in the Intellectual Property Clause
by Stuart V. C. Duncan Smith

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