Journal of Intellectual Property Law

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The Journal of Intellectual Property Law is a biannual student-edited law review covering intellectual property law that is published by the University of Georgia School of Law. The journal was established in 1993. The journal covers trademarks, patents, copyright law, trade secrets, internet law, and sports and entertainment law.

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