The Journal of Intellectual Property Law
Established in 1993, The Journal of Intellectual Property Law (JIPL) is published twice a year by students of the University of Georgia School of Law. JIPL is one of the oldest official student-edited law journals devoted entirely to the field of intellectual property law. Currently one of America’s top twenty-five intellectual property law periodicals, JIPL publishes annual print volumes of two issues and online essays on areas of trade secrets, patents, trademarks, copyrights, internet law, and sports and entertainment law. JIPL accepts and encourages submissions from scholars, judges, practitioners, and students.
Except as otherwise expressly provided, the author of each article in the printed volume and JIPL Online has granted permission for copies of the article to be made and used by non-profit education institutions, so long as copies are distributed at or below cost and provided that the author and the Journal are identified, and the proper notice of copyright is affixed to each copy, and the Journal of Intellectual Property Law is notified of each use.