About This Journal
Created in 1993, the Journal of Intellectual Property Law is the nation's oldest student-edited journal on intellectual property law. It features articles by students, scholars, judges and practicing attorneys on a wide variety of topics including everything from trademarks, trade secrets, patents and copyrights; entertainment and sports law; technology and internet law; and the rights of publicity and privacy. The Journal is run by the students at the University of Georgia School of Law and publishes two volumes each year (Fall & Spring). The Journal also regularly hosts events and speakers on topics related to IP law and the fields it touches.