Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (Comm/Ent) is the nation's preeminent law journal covering communications, entertainment, and intellectual property law. Comm/Ent's publishing agenda has expanded to include the Internet, telecommunications, biotechnology, multimedia, broadcasting, and constitutional law. The journal provides an important forum for legal scholarship in areas of law influencing and shaping the economy and society of the 21st century.

Comm/Ent focuses on, but is not limited to telecommunications, broadcasting, cable and other non-broadcast videos, print media, advertising, the arts, entertainment, sports, computers and high technology information services, copyright, patent, trademark, film, privacy, defamation, and other first-amendment issues. An occasional issue devoted to annual computer law symposium. Publishes in three issues per yearly volume, Fall Winter and Spring, starting in Volume 27.

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Comm/Ent is always seeking practitioners' and scholars' articles for publication. Please submit your manuscript with footntoes and double-space the entire document. Citations should conform to The Bluebook (18th ed. 2005). Submissions should be sent in Word format via email to the Editor in Chief or by sending a digital copy in Word format by carrier mail to:

Editor in Chief
Hastings Communications & Entertainment Law Journal (Comm/Ent)
Hastings College of the Law
200 McAllister Street
San Francisco, CA 94102-4978
comment@uchastings.edu
Phone: 415-581-8970