Blog: Welcoming our Volume XX Associate Staff

by Benjamin Fox, Editor-in-Chief, Volume XX
It is my distinct honor to introduce the incoming staff members of Volume XX of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology...
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Blog: Social Media Files and the Stored Communications Act

By:  Adam Young, Associate Survey and Symposium Editor


            We, as a society, have entered into an era in which electronic communications has become the preferred way of communicating with friends, co-workers and loved ones...

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Sedona Conference to use JOLT article in 2013 Conference Materials

The Sedona Conference® is hosting the 7th Annual “Staying Ahead of the e-discovery Curve Conference” from  March 21 to 22, 2013 in San Diego, CA.  This conference of approximately 200 attendees brings together a faculty of seasoned e-discovery litigators, in-house counsel and federal judges.

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Blog: The New Cybersecurity Executive Order

By Airen Adamonis, Copy Editor          

The United States is currently at war with China.  However, this war is not taking place on any battlefields.  It’s taking place in cyberspace.  According to a recent article published by the Washington Post, the United States has been the tar...

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2013 Symposium

Despite the unexpected rain and sleet, the 2013 JOLT Symposium on E-discovery was a great success.  Attorneys from around Virginia braved the elements to hear the latest news and analysis on E-discovery topics.  Check out some of our pictures!

Some of our cheery 2L staff members at check in

Some of our cheery 2L staff members at check in

A shot of this year's poster

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Blog: DNA Profiling: An Invaluable Tool or a 4th Amendment Violation?

By: Kevin McCann, Associate Tech Editor

While technological innovation undoubtedly makes lives easier, that is not always the case for the justices of the Supreme Court when it comes to interpreting the Constitution. From arising 1st amendment issues with the introduction of online social media to 2

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By Associate Tech Editor Hayley Mohr

“If you have it, you should not show it to others. If you receive it, you cannot look at it.”  The previous statement is not a riddle, rather; it’s a paraphrase of Arizona’s Ethics Opinion on the use of metadata.  Contrast this outlook with Oregon’s, among othe...

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Who will take care of your social media accounts?

Blog: My Executor Has Never Used the Internet: Estate Planning and Digital Property

By Associate Editor Kevin McCann

In 2007, a devoted World of Warcraft player decided it was time to put down his virtual crossbow and axe and sell his player account...

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Sedona Conference to use 4 JOLT Articles for Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary

The Sedona Conference,® a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) research and educational institute dedicated to the advanced study of law and policy in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights, will use JOLT articles in its Cooperation Proclamation, a resource for members of...

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JOLT Article Requested for National Association of Women Lawyers Conference

The National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) has requested one of Richmond JOLT’s articles for its 8th Annual General Counsel Institute.  This article, TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED REVIEW IN E-DISCOVERY CAN BE MORE EFFECTIVE AND MORE EFFICIENT THAN EXHAUSTIVE MANUAL REVIEW. by Maura R...

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