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Intellectual Property Quarterly

Intellectual Property Quarterly
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
ISSN: 1364-906X
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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Intellectual Property Quarterly (IPQ) is a leading journal on the discussion of legal and policy issues relating to intellectual property law. Articles focus on all aspects of the subject including policy, doctrine, history, and the economic and social impacts of intellectual property, and many of the articles are interdisciplinary. IPQ is committed to its international coverage but still retains its original emphasis on common law jurisdictions. Published four times a year and available in print, online on Westlaw UK and as an eBook on ProView, each issue offers an invaluable perspective and insight into the subject.

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    Professor Lionel Bently
    Professor Michael Blakeney
    Hugh Brett
    Roger Burt
    Michael Butler
    Trevor Cook
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    Professor Evelyn Welch
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    Professor James Lahore
    Zbyynek Loebl
    Professor Alberto Musso



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