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The Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal (BIPLJ) was founded in 1999, in an effort to meet the growing demand for information on intellectual property law. Although the field of intellectual property was quickly expanding, very few academic journals addressed these legal issues. Recognizing the gap, seven University at Buffalo law students rallied to establish the journal, which became recognized as a student group in the Spring of 2000. The original editorial board consisted of Dariush Keyhani, Paul Callahan, Barabra Sherk, and Charles Miller II. This distinguished group had advanced degrees in liberal arts, architecture, and biology. Such foundations proved invaluable, as intellectual property focuses on the protection and marketing of inventions and ideas.

BIPLJ is published with articles solicited from students, academics, and practicing attorneys. Student editors are responsible for all aspects of the publication, including marketing and promotion. In addition to providing legal information, the journal was designed to promote Western New York, in order for readers to recognize the region's sophistication and ability to support technology-based companies.

As technology becomes increasingly more important in today's world, BIPLJ will continue to publish articles addressing the legal issues of intellectual property and serve as an academic resource to the Western New York community.

Mark Bartholomew and Robert Reis, law professors at the University at Buffalo Law School, advise the journal. Professor Reis teaches Law and Technology: Computers, Cyberspace and Policy, Municipal Law, Real Estate Transactions and Commercial Real Estate Development and Land Use. Professor Bartholomew teaches a variety of classes relating to Intellectual Property including copyright, trademarks, cyberlaw, advertising law, and the intellectual property survey course. Together, Professor Bartholomew and Professor Reis teach the IP Colloquium.

 
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Presenting issues in Copyright, Patent, Trademark, and related areas of Intellectual Property Law.
 
Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal
University at Buffalo Law School
JOHN LORD O'BRIAN HALL
BUFFALO, NEW YORK 14260-1100
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