Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal
The University of San Francisco Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal is a student-run journal that provides thoughtful commentary on the current developments of all aspects of intellectual property, privacy and Internet law in the United States and abroad.
Since Professor J. Thomas McCarthy founded the Journal in 1996 to provide a publishing forum for students, it has grown into a widely-circulated legal periodical. The Journal continues to publish work by USF students and faculty, as well as articles by practitioners and professors unaffiliated with the University of San Francisco. The Bulletin is now called the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal.
The Journal publishes two issues each year, typically containing three to four student or alumni-written articles, as well as six to eight written case surveys on current intellectual property and Internet law issues. The Journal also keeps a pulse on the current legal landscape frequently discussing issues in the news on the Intellectual Property Law Bulletin: In A Nutshell.
Judicial, municipal, and state libraries nationally and internationally subscribe to the Journal, and USF also makes it available on Westlaw, Lexis, and Hein On-Line. The Journal is distributed to several non-legal companies interested in intellectual property issues as well.
A yearly subscription includes two issues of the journal, published in the Fall and Spring. Subscriptions renew automatically each year unless you notify us by September 1. To submit to the journal, please follow this link for instructions.
The Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal Online