Submitting Your Manuscript
The Journal of Intellectual Property Law invites the submission of unsolicited articles, comments, and reviews from scholars, judges, researchers, and practicing attorneys discussing issues relevant to intellectual property law. In particular, articles may address any of the following topics: patent law, trademark, copyright, trade secrets, Internet law, technology law, and entertainment and sports law. In an effort to highlight as many of our own students as possible, the Journal does not regularly publish articles submitted by students of other law schools.
Citations in manuscripts should follow The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed. 2010).
The Journal publishes two print editions annually. The Journal’s fall publication process begins in mid-August, and the spring publication process begins in early January. Although the Journal accepts submissions throughout the year, the Journal’s publication offers usually are made at the beginning of each semester’s publication process. The Journal encourages authors to keep this in mind when submitting articles for publication in a particular edition. Finally, citations in manuscripts should follow The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed. 2010).
Please include the following information on a cover letter with your submission:
Name (including any relevant titles)
Daytime and evening phone numbers
Current resume or CV
Addresses for Submission:
Electronic submissions are accepted at: email@example.com
Please put “Article Submission” in the subject line of your email.
Postal: Journal of Intellectual Property Law
RE: Article Submission
University of Georgia School of Law
Athens, GA 30602-6012
Acceptance Notifications typically will be made via email in a timely manner.
Expedited Reviews are conducted upon the author’s email or telephone request.
The Journal regrets that submissions cannot be returned.
Except as otherwise provided, the author of each article has granted permission for copies of the article to be made for educational use, provided that copies are distributed at or below cost, the author and Journal are identified, proper notice of copyright is affixed to each copy, and the Journal of Intellectual Property Law is notified of each use.