The Record

Kelly Carson

In early November, a judge granted a temporary restraining order against parts of a voter-approved California ballot initiative.  The measure’s opponents argue its implementation would significantly curtail the constitutionally protected speech of registered sex offenders in that state.

Kim Farbota

In recent years neuroscience-based arguments have been cropping up in courtrooms with increasing frequency. Litigators have attempted to use brain scans to demonstrate reduced capacity, and more recently to prove the veracity of a client’s statements.

Ben Cain

On October 22, 2012, Italian judge Marco Billi announced a verdict convicting seven men, six prominent scientists and one civil servant, of multiple manslaughter in connection with their public comments before the devastating 2009 L’Aquila earthquake.  If the verdict and sentence survive appellate review, each man will face six years in prison and liability for nearly $12 million in damages. 

Ben Graham

That box of dusty records might sell for a hundred dollars at a garage sale, but what’s the value of the hard drive full of mp3s? The answer may be nothing.

We are pleased and proud to announce the publication of the Summer Issue of Volume 14 of the Yale Journal of Law and Technology. All articles published in Volume 14 are now available on the “Current Issue” page of this website. The Summer Issue features an article on the FCC’s statutory authority to regulate disputes between Internet Service Providers by Professor Robert Frieden, an analysis of the recent Federal Circuit case Therasense v.