The Journal of Law and Mobility is a resource for scholarship, analysis, and information concerning law and the brave new world of connected and automated vehicles and new mobility concepts. The Journal accepts submissions of short scholarly works (2,000-6,000 words, footnotes inclusive). All articles accepted for publication undergo peer review by our editorial board, which includes legal and technical experts from academia and industry.
Current Volume: 2019
Let’s Be Reasonable: The Consumer Expectations Test is Simply Not Viable to Determine Design Defect for Complex Autonomous Vehicle Technology
Emily Frascaroli, John Isaac Southerland, Elizabeth Davis, and Woods Parker
Re(Writing) the Rules of The Road: Reflections from the Journal of Law and Mobility's 2019 Conference
Vehicle Rental Laws: Road Blocks to Evolving Mobility Models?
Wesley D. Hurst and Leslie J. Pujo