Journal of Intellectual Property Law
|Discipline||Intellectual property law|
|Edited by||Emily Nicole Evans|
Journal of Intellectual Property Law (Bluebook abbreviation: J. Intell. Prop. L.) is a biannual student-edited law review covering intellectual property law published by the University of Georgia School of Law. The journal covers trademarks, patents, copyright law, trade secrets, internet law, and sports and entertainment law.
The journal was established in 1993 to respond to what the United States Circuit Court of Appeals judge Stanley F. Birch, Jr. described as "[t]he need for greater exposition on the law of intellectual property." In 2010, the Supreme Court of the United States cited the journal in Justice John Paul Stevens' concurring opinion in Bilski v. Kappos. In 2015, Washington and Lee University's Law Journal Rankings placed the journal among the top twenty five intellectual property law journals with the highest impact factor, and among the top ten most cited by cases.
Abstracting and indexing
The journal is abstracted or indexed in:
- EBSCO databases,
- Westlaw, and
- The University of Washington's Current Index to Legal Periodicals.
- Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Journal Home
- Stanley F. Birch, Jr., Forward, 1 J. Intell. Prop. L. v (1993-1994)
- Bilski v. Kappos, 561 U.S. 593 (2010) (Stevens, J., conc.)
- "Law Journals: Submission and Ranking, 2007-2014," Washington & Lee University. Accessed: July 4, 2015.
- Washington and Lee University Law Library, Journal of Intellectual Property Law
- University of Washington Gallagher Law Library, Periodicals Indexed in CLIP
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