JOLTT is a student organization dedicated to exploring the intersection of law and technology. JOLTT covers all aspects of technology law including but not limited to: intellectual property, privacy, computer, antitrust, internet, telecommunications, and e-commerce law. We are proud to be:
We are run by a diverse group of law and undergraduate students from all sorts of different backgrounds and specialties.
Our blog is constantly updated with articles regarding everyday issues in law and technology. We also publish a journal annually.
Striving for the best
We put on informative events and panels, for example inviting notable leaders in the tech industry to speak about legal issues in their fields.
Brian is a third year law student at Texas Law. Prior to UT Law, he received two B.A.s from the University of Chicago — in economics and philosophy. Brian will be working for DLA Piper LLP as a corporate associate after graduation. Brian is particularly interested in technology relating to the use of AI in media, such as deepfaked audio/video and AI production and mastering in music.
Gabby is a third year student at Texas Law. She is a double longhorn, having received her Bachelor’s degree in Plan II Honors and Government from UT Austin. Prior to law school, Gabby worked for several years in the technology industry helping to publish thought leadership research. After law school, Gabby will focus on technology transactions and data privacy law.
Chief Articles Editor
Michelle is a third year student at Texas Law. Prior to law school, she received her B.S. in mechanical engineering and MBA, both from UT Dallas. After law school, Michelle will practice complex commercial and IP litigation as an associate at Winston and Strawn in Houston. Michelle is fascinated by AI and how it plays with the law generally (more specifically with constitutional rights, copyright, legal writing, legal adjudication, etc.)
Hiromi is a second year law student at Texas Law. Prior to law school, Hiromi received her BSFS in International Politics and Certificate in Asian Studies from Georgetown University. Hiromi will be returning to Latham & Watkins for her 2L summer. A world traveler, Hiromi first became interested in technology law while working in the Philippines.
Taryn is a second year law student at Texas Law. Prior to law school, Taryn received her B.S. in chemical engineering from Rice University and worked for Samsung Austin Semiconductor and the USPTO. She will be returning to Finnegan in Palo Alto for her 2L summer. Taryn’s fascination with science and technology goes back to building rubber band-powered airplanes with her dad in middle school!