This collection contains the blog posts of the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (AELJ).

Blog posts containing student work have been published since 2012 on the Cardozo AELJ website and are archived here.

Since 1982, the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (AELJ) has been a leader in national and international legal scholarship. AELJ has routinely published topical legal analyses on arts, entertainment, intellectual property, First Amendment, sports, fashion, cyberlaw, and media and telecommunications law. AELJ has been recognized by legal scholars, academics, practitioners, and the judiciary both in the United States and abroad for its scholarly impact. AELJ publishes three student-edited issues annually.

AELJ is proud to continue to maintain its spot as a leading journal for arts, entertainment, and sports law, and to be ranked as one of the top intellectual property journals in the nation.

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Submissions from 2013

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GUERILLA RADIO: How Unlicensed Live TV Retransmissions Threaten the Music Industry, Brandon Sherman

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Is Your Birthday Suit an Intangible Medium of Expression or Are You Bound to the Shackles of Copyright Law?, Arrielle Millstein

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Annual AELJ Alumni Reception, Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal

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Announcing Publication of 31.3!, Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal

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Welcome New Staff Editors!, Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal

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Careers in Trademark Law, David Bonilla

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Combating Counterfeits, David Bonilla

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With Great Internet Bandwidth Comes Great Responsibility…Maybe, Gill Benedeck

Submissions from 2012

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Why the Rise of Online Digital Media Stores Means Trouble for the DMCA, Sam Castree III

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The American Invents Act and Economic Growth: A Discussion with Bernard Knight, Adam Hirst

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Dr. Elena Cooper Presents her Latest Article at Cardozo Law School: Copyright: A Nineteenth Century Publicity Right?, Elsa Mitsoglou

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Blogging without Logging FTC Lawsuits: A Panel Discussion, Marc Pellegrino

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Grammy Foundation, The Entertainment Law Initiative (“ELI”), Breakfast with ELI, October 23, 2012, Al Roundtree

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Copyright’s Merger Doctrine as a Solution to Conflicts Between Copyright Law and Freedom of Speech, Russell Hasan

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Jarecki v. Ohoven: MedImmune as a Sword for Certain Copyright Owners, Paul G. Anderson

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The Right to Data Portability: Is This New Privacy Right Contrary to Antitrust Law?, Ryan Brewer

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A Change for the Better: Copyright Law no Longer Immune to MedImmune, Paul G. Anderson

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FCC Affirms Decision, Rules in Favor of Tennis Channel Against Comcast, Melissa Rachel Heller

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Collusion, Antitrust, and the NFL, Simon Bernstein

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Saved By The Bell? Why Courts Need To Draw The Line On Trademark Use In Video Games, Joseph Gutmann

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Weak Net Neutrality Rules Lead to Nothing Surprising, Eric Null

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Politics, Privacy, and Child Pornography: The Battle Over Data Retention and H.R. 1981, Agatha M. Cole

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Is Trademark Protection for Surname Catchphrases Linsane?, Danielle Gorman

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The Pirate Party, Steven A. Sutro