A Little Good News: SSRN Has Launched a New eJournal on Advertising & Marketing Law

I’m excited to announce that Rebecca Tushnet and I are co-editing a new SSRN eJournal, the “Advertising & Marketing Law eJournal” (official SSRN announcement below). If you are uploading scholarly works to SSRN on these topics, add your work to the eJournal so that we can spread the word to your peers. We look forward to seeing your work!


We are pleased to announce a new Legal Scholarship Network (LSN) Subject Matter eJournal – Advertising & Marketing Law eJournal.

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Editors: Eric Goldman, Professor and Co-Director, High Tech Law Institute, Santa Clara University – School of Law and Rebecca Tushnet, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Description: This area includes content addressing the law of advertising and marketing, including other promotional techniques such as sales practices and public relations/press relations. The substance of ad messages and the methods used to disseminate them are also covered. Topics of special interest include the constitutional limits of efforts to regulate advertising and marketing, empirical studies, intellectual property considerations, and privacy considerations.

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Bernard Black and Ronald J. Gilson
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