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Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal Celebrates 20th anniversary

Wednesday, Sep. 3, 2003

SANTA CLARA, Calif. Sep 3, 2003 —Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal introduced its new logo and web site, marking a significant milestone in the Journal’s 20-year history. The logo and Web site of the journal produced by the School of Law's high tech law program are strategic initiatives that will provide a uniform identity platform upon which the Journal will build its future communications.

The Web site was redesigned to make it easier for subscribers, authors, students, and other members of the legal profession to gain access to information and conduct business with the Journal.

“The Journal’s new logo and Web site embody our long-standing tradition of being a leader in the area of technology law”, said Mehdi Khodadad, the Journal’s editor-in-chief. “The logo reflects the Journal’s reputation as one of the most respected scholarly publications in technology and intellectual property law and reinforces its position as a leader in this specialized area.” The logo and Web site were designed and built by Ted Bell (, under the direction of members of the Journal’s editorial board.  “This was truly a team effort,” adds Khodadad, “supported by many constituencies in the law school community.”

To access the new Web site, please visit  

About The Journal

The Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal, which is published twice a year by the students of Santa Clara University School of Law, is an independent, self-supporting law scholarly publication. The Journal was founded by students in 1984 and has since achieved national and international distribution and recognition as a leading forum for multidisciplinary discourse on emerging issues at the juncture of technology, the law, and public policy. For more information contact , Martin Fox, communications editor at

About Santa Clara University

Santa Clara University, a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in California's Silicon Valley, offers its 8,060 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus master's and law degrees. Distinguished nationally by the fourth-highest graduation rate among all U.S. master's universities, California's oldest higher-education institution demonstrates faith-inspired values of ethics and social justice. More information is online at



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