The Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law (JETLaw) is a student-edited, scholarly publication focusing on contemporary legal issues facing the entertainment industry. JETLaw is ranked second among 21 student-edited U.S. law journals in the field of Arts, Entertainment, and Sports Law and sixth among 32 journals focusing on Science, Technology, and Computing Law in the 2020 Washington and Lee Law Journal Rankings. JETLaw publishes four editions each year and hosts an annual symposium.
The Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Association provides a forum for students interested in learning about or working in the dynamic field of intellectual property law. The field includes but is not limited to patent, copyright, and trademark. The organization seeks to create educational events for students, foster debate on current issues, develop employment networks with alumni and local practitioners, and take advantage of practical opportunities available right here in Nashville.
ESLS frequently invites outside speakers to discuss issues related to intellectual property and/or entertainment law. Their mission is to educate Vanderbilt law students about the current events and problems facing the sports and entertainment industries today and to facilitate lasting connections between Vanderbilt law students and professionals in those fields.
The Curb Center is dedicated to exploring how the unintended consequences of decisions by business enterprises and governmental actors affect cultural policy.
Email the Intellectual Property Program coordinator.