Intellectual Property Law Center Resources

Drake's Intellectual Property Law Center provides an environment to study critical issues of intellectual property law and offers resources on the topic.

Recent Publications

Shontavia Johnson, Trademark Territoriality in Cyberspace: An Internet Framework for Common Law Trademarks, 29 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1253 (2014).

Shontavia Johnson, Memetic Theory, Trademarks & the Viral Meme Mark, 13 John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 96 (2013).

Research

The Intellectual Property Law Center continuously works to advance the field of intellectual property law. The center provides legal and policy analysis that aims to shape academic and policy debates in the intellectual property arena.

In addition, the center hosts an intellectually stimulating conference and nationally recognized speakers, offers distinguished lectures, and sponsors the publication of books, articles, and academic journals.

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