Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology
The Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technologypublishes cutting-edge articles focused on the intersection of law, technology and the sciences. MJLST scholarship tackles on multidisciplinary issues, from intellectual property to bioethics, while maintaining a rigorous grounding in law and policy.
According to the 2017 Legal Journal Rankings, MJLST ranks among the top 150 Journals worldwide. The Journal within the Top 50 in specialized journals, which is the highest of any University of Minnesota Law School specialized journal.
Per the 2018 W&L Law Journal Rankings, MJLST ranks among the top 150 Law Journals worldwide. MJLST is well-regarded in its subject areas: it currently ranks #1 in “Energy Law,” #8 in “Science, Technology and Computing,” and #9 in “Intellectual Property.” The Journal ranks #2 in “Health, Medicine, Psychology and Psychiatry,” and #3 in “Environment, Natural Resources, and Land Use.”
The Journal is edited by law students from the University of Minnesota, with the support of Faculty Advisors.
Formerly the Minnesota Intellectual Property Review.
Current Issue: Volume 20, Issue 1 (2018)
Contracts That Impede Entry by More Efficient Telecommunications Rivals
Stanley M. Besen and Bridger M. Mitchell
Predictability for Privacy in Data Driven Government
Jordan Blanke and Janine Hiller
Precious and Worthless: A Comparative Perspective on Loot Boxes and Gambling
Andrew Vahid Moshirnia