The student-run and -edited Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property (JTIP) is an official journal of Tulane University Law School, published annually. It reflects on contemporary issues in technology and intellectual property law, and is cited often in academic works and court opinions. JTIP publishes scholarly and practical articles in addition to student comments and notes. Members of JTIP are selected exclusively on the basis of writing competitions held each summer.
The Journal will publish a special “Future of Copyright” volume, which will include original papers, interviews, book reviews and short thought-pieces, all surrounding the question of the “Future of Copyright.” The Journal is soliciting five-page thought pieces on specific area of research about fears, dreams and ideas of where copyright law may be headed.