Law, Innovation, Security & Technology
LIST focuses on the novel legal, policy and business problems caused by the proliferation of emerging technologies, through speakers and other activities. The group also educates students and prepares them with practical skills; connects them with a network of mentors, experts and resources; and collaborates with the policy, business and technology communities. A recent networking event featured prominent attorneys from firms, U.S. attorneys’ offices, the Justice Department, the FBI and various public interest groups like the American Civil Liberties Union
Virginia Journal of Law & Technology (VJOLT)
Virginia Law's only e-journal, VJOLT provides a forum for students, professors and practitioners to discuss emerging issues at the intersection of law and technology. Recent issues have included articles on biotechnology, telecommunications, e-commerce, internet privacy and encryption. VJOLT publishes full-text articles directly to the Web.
Virginia Law Emerging Companies and Venture Capital Club
ECVC is dedicated to supporting entrepreneurial initiatives across Grounds, connecting law students with students from other schools, and serving as a hub for those interested in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial law.
The E*Society supports entrepreneurial initiatives across Grounds, providing basic legal advice to UVA startups (with help from a network of local attorneys), connecting law students with students from other schools, and serving as a hub for those interested in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial law.
The Virginia Law and Business Society explores the nexus between the worlds of law and business and sometimes features speakers on intellectual property topics. The JD/MBA Society serves as a focal point for communication between J.D. and M.B.A. students and sponsors events and activities that promote interaction among the Law and Business School communities.