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Ethical Dilemmas at the Intersect of Artificial Intelligence and Public Health

* Abstract submissions are currently under review.

The Law Review Symposium Committee invites authors to submit an abstract that introduces an essay or article related to legal ethics and new technologies. Applicants may submit a proposal for either an essay (between 5,000 and 10,000 words), or an article (between 20,000 and 30,000 words) to be published in the California Western Law Review. In reviewing the submitted abstracts, the Law Review Symposium Committee will consider the fit and overall quality of the abstract, and the value to a symposium presentation.

Each application should include: A one-page abstract that introduces the proposed topic, explains the relevance to legal ethics, an estimate of the length of the final paper, and the applicant's curriculum vitae.

Questions may be addressed to California Western Law Review Editor-in-Chief Brooke Raunig at or Professor Timothy Casey at