The Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal is an independent scholarly legal publication founded in 1984 by the students of Santa Clara University School of Law. For over twenty-five years, the Journal has achieved national and international circulation and recognition as a leading forum for multidisciplinary discourse on emerging issues at the juncture of technology, the law, and public policy.
Current Issue: Volume 34 (2017-2018), Issue 2 (2018)
Nuisance Law and the Doctrine of Equivalents in Patent Law
Revisiting the Intellectual Property Dilemma: How Did We Get to a Strong WTO IPR Regime?
Julien Chaisse and Xinjie Luan
Patent "Trespass" and the Royalty Gap: Exploring the Nature and Impact of Patent Holdout
Bowman Heiden and Nicolas Petit