Applications are released at the beginning of the Spring semester, and are due at the end of March. Selection to the journal and the course will be based on a combination of the following criteria:
1. Writing and editing skills, assessed through a short 1,000-word memorandum (“Memorandum”) written as a response to a piece of law and technology scholarship. Details about the memorandum component will be released with the application at the beginning of the spring semester.
2. Overall Law School performance, for which applicants will have to submit an informal transcript indicating the classes that they have previously taken and their performance in those classes.
3. Proof of having taken, or a commitment to taking, at least one class in the area of law and innovation (taught by a member of the CTIC faculty) either prior to or during the applicant’s membership on the Journal.
Interested applicants should submit their resume, unofficial transcript, memorandum and mock edit letter (1Ls only) at a link that will be found here when the application period opens.