Journal of Intellectual Property Law at the University of Georgia School of Law
About the Journal of Intellectual Property Law
The Journal of Intellectual Property Law was founded in 1993 and is the nation's oldest student-edited law journal devoted exclusively to the field of intellectual property law.
The Journal is run by the students at the University of Georgia School of Law and publishes two volumes each year (Fall & Spring) with articles by leading scholars, judges, practicing attorneys, and students that address the constantly changing subject areas of trade secrets, patent law, trademarks, copyrights, Internet law, and entertainment & sports law.
In 1999, an empirical study ranked the Journal as the best student-run intellectual property and seventeenth best specialized journal in the United States.