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Gaming Law Review and Economics September 2016

Gaming Law Review and Economics (GLRE) is the leading peer-reviewed journal addressing important regulatory and economic issues facing today’s gaming industry, particularly as the Internet begins to play a larger role. With its authoritative coverage of the legalities of intellectual property and licensing requirements, past and current litigation, and tax issues, the Journal is cited more often by legal courts than any other journal.

IMGL members receive a discount on a subscription to Gaming Law Review and Economics. Visit your membership portal to learn more and subscribe today.

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Read these top-read articles today:
What's in a Name? eSports, Betting, and Gaming Law
Martin D. Owens Jr.

How Much to a Puff? Macao's Casino Smoking Ban Debate and the Implications for Mainland Chinese Visitation
Glenn McCartney

Extending the Reno Model: Responsible Gambling Evaluation Guidelines for Gambling Operators, Public Policymakers, and Regulators
Robert Ladouceur, Alex Blaszczynski, Howard J. Shaffer, Davis Fong

Lotteries as a Voluntary and “Painless” Tax in American Gaming Law and the Prospect of Creating a Federal Lottery to Reduce the Federal Deficit in the Era of Billion Dollar Jackpots
Stephen J. Leacock

Story of World's First Internet Sportsbook, World Sports Exchange, Ends Badly
Tom Somach


Click here for more information on manuscript submission
Articles should be between approximately 1,800 and 10,000 words (very roughly, 5 - 30pp in Word), inclusive of titles, section heads, and foot- or endnotes—either foot- or endnotes are acceptable. Articles should be well-supported by citations to caselaw, statutes, regulations, treatises, other journal articles, and/or the media, should be structured like a typical law review article, and should use Blue Book formatting—though we will copyedit formatting, so authors do not need to worry too much about this. We can publish black-and-white or greyscale charts, graphs, tables, and even photographs; such are welcome but not required. Articles can be about the law (present, historical, or recommended future) in regards in gaming, the economics of the gaming industry or its effect on its community, on gaming technology, and/or on social issues revolving around gaming.
Send manuscripts and all correspondence to Steven J. Zweig, JD., Managing Editor at [email protected]

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Gaming Law Review and Economics 2015

Gaming Law Review and Economics (GLRE) is the leading peer-reviewed journal addressing important regulatory and economic issues facing today’s gaming industry, particularly as the Internet begins to play a larger role. With its authoritative coverage of the legalities of intellectual property and licensing requirements, past and current litigation, and tax issues, the Journal is cited more often by legal courts than any other journal.

IMGL members receive a discount on a subscription to Gaming Law Review and Economics. Visit your membership portal to learn more and subscribe today.

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Read these top-read articles today:
Florida's Uncertain Legal Landscape for Fantasy Sports: A Closer Look
Daniel L. Wallach, Marc W. Dunbar

The Diffusion of Online Gaming Among States, Congress, and Tribes: Innovators and Early Adopters
Kathryn R.L. Rand, Steven Andrew Light

Legal Aspects of Responsible Gaming Pre-commitment and Personal Feedback Initiatives
Michael Auer, Alan Littler, Mark D. Griffiths


Click here for more information on manuscript submission
Articles should be between approximately 1,800 and 10,000 words (very roughly, 5 - 30pp in Word), inclusive of titles, section heads, and foot- or endnotes—either foot- or endnotes are acceptable. Articles should be well-supported by citations to caselaw, statutes, regulations, treatises, other journal articles, and/or the media, should be structured like a typical law review article, and should use Blue Book formatting—though we will copyedit formatting, so authors do not need to worry too much about this. We can publish black-and-white or greyscale charts, graphs, tables, and even photographs; such are welcome but not required. Articles can be about the law (present, historical, or recommended future) in regards in gaming, the economics of the gaming industry or its effect on its community, on gaming technology, and/or on social issues revolving around gaming.
Send manuscripts and all correspondence to Steven J. Zweig, JD., Managing Editor at [email protected]

Download PDF of Media Kit

View past issues