Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property
|Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||Northwest. J. Tech. Intellect. Property|
|Discipline||Intellectual property and technology law|
|Edited by||Justin Morgan|
|Publisher||Northwestern University School of Law (United States)|
The Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property (Bluebook abbreviation: Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop.) is a law review published by an independent student organization at Northwestern University School of Law. The current editor-in-chief is Justin Morgan.
The Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property covers academic, business, and legal issues concerning intellectual property and technology law. It publishes articles on a variety of topics including: copyright, trademark, patents, the Internet, media, telecommunications, health care, antitrust, e‑discovery, and trial and litigation technology.
The Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property publishes three full issues each year and five "perspectives" issues. Perspectives issues contain shorter articles detailing a new development in the law of intellectual property or offering a new perspective on more developed issues within the law.
Every Spring, the journal hosts a symposium on emerging areas of technology and intellectual property law. Recent symposia have included: "New Rules for a New Day: Examining Recent Trends in IP Law" (2010) and "Riding the Wave: Understanding Recent Developments in IP Law" (2009).
- Shang, Roger (2009). "Inter Partes Reexamination and Improving Patent Quality". Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property 7 (2): 185–203.
- Kappos, David J.; John R. Thomas, Randall J. Bluestone (2008). "A Technological Contribution Requirement for Patentable Subject Matter: Supreme Court Precedent and Policy". Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property 6 (2): 152–170.