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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Yale Law School Pocket Part Calls For Papers

The Yale Law Journal Pocket Part is soliciting commentaries and essays related to the legal issues presented by virtual worlds and economies. Submissions may address, but need not be limited to, the overlap with and implications for real-world institutions.

Scholarly and practitioner submissions that advance a novel perspective or proposal related to virtual worlds are encouraged in any area of law or legal policy. Pieces submitted should be timely, yet they should also address any relevant literature and developments in the field. Submissions should be no more than 1,500 words.

We encourage authors to write in a style accessible to policy-makers and practitioners. For a detailed style guide and instructions for submitting your piece, please visit our website,, and follow the link for "Submissions." The deadline for submissions is August 25, 2008. [Mark Godsey]

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