The annual Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal publishes articles pertaining to intellectual property.
As technology becomes increasingly important in today's world, the BIPLJ publishes articles that address the legal issues of intellectual property and serves as an academic resource to the legal community.
In 1999, the Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal (BIPLJ) was founded in an effort to meet the growing demand for information on intellectual property law.
The BIPLJ publishes articles solicited from students, academics, and practicing attorneys. Student editors are responsible for all aspects of the publication, including marketing and promotion.
Law Professors Mark Bartholomew and Rick Su advise the BIPLJ. Professor Bartholomew’s scholarship and teaching focus on intellectual property law and technology, with an emphasis on copyright, trademarks, advertising regulation, and online privacy.
University at Buffalo School of Law
Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal
404 John Lord O’Brian Hall, North Campus, Box 60110
Buffalo, New York 14260-1100