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European Intellectual Property Review
European Intellectual Property Review
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
ISSN: 0142-0461
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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Launched in 1978 the European Intellectual Property Review (EIPR) is the leading international journal in the field of intellectual property. It provides comprehensive coverage and analysis of the latest case law and legislative developments in the UK and internationally.

The monthly issues include:

  • Articles written by leading practitioners and academics across Europe, providing in-depth discussion on key IP issues
  • Case Comments analysing recent decisions and developments
  • Opinions by contributors on a topical areas of national and international IP law
  • Book Reviews of the latest intellectual property publications

Issues of EIPR include:

  • Opinions
  • Articles
  • Case Comments
  • Book Reviews

    We welcome contributions for consideration with a view to publication. All contributions must be in English and contributors should supply their full contact details, including email address, for further correspondence. Please include an abstract of no more than 60 words describing the contents of the contribution. This abstract will appear on the contents page of EIPR. Authors of accepted contributions will receive two complimentary copies of the journal in which their paper appears.
    Contributions are welcome under the following headings:
    Articles should analyse a major, current theme of interest that is timely and topical. Articles should aim to discuss a subject in both a practical and reflective manner. Comparisons with other jurisdictions should be added where possible. Articles should be between 3500-6000 words in length, although shorter or longer contributions may be considered.
    In the style of an editorial, the Comment is a punchy and topical piece and can express a radical or controversial point of view. Comments should aim to stimulate debate. Comments on UK and International cases are always welcome and are approximately 2000-4000 words in length.
    An Opinion is the contributor’s opinion on a topical national, supranational, or international area of the law whether it is an opinion on the outcome of a particular case or new legislation. Opinions are approximately 1000-2000 words in length. 
    General Editor
    Hugh Brett

    Deputy Editor 
    Joseph Jones

    Editorial Board
    Professor Lionel Bently
    Fiona Clark
    Professor W.R. Cornish QC
    Professor Graeme Dinwoodie
    Geoffrey Hobbs, QC
    Ian Karet
    Professor David Llewelyn
    Professor Sam Ricketson
    Professor Pamela Samuelson
    David Stone
    Professor Paul Torremans
    Thomas Vinje
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