Edward Elgar: Interactive Entertainment Law Review
The aim of the Interactive Entertainment Law Review is to serve as a peer-reviewed hub for scholarly legal writing about interactive entertainment, video games, virtual/augmented/mixed realities, social media, and all related and emergent forms of digital interactive entertainment. The Journal is published twice a year with articles focusing on the legal changes, challenges and controversies in this high profile and increasingly critical area of legal inquiry.
The scope of subjects include: Copyright, trademark, patent and fair use; EULA’s and contracts; Privacy, personality and surveillance; Internet and communications; Freedoms and censorship; Consumer protections.
High quality contributions from academic, industry and legal practitioners are sought and welcomed.