National Law University-Jodhpur (NLU Jodhpur) is one of India’s leading Law Schools situated at the vibrant and colourful city of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. NLU Jodhpur has constantly been ranked as one of the top law schools in India. Since its establishment in 1999, NLU Jodhpur has endeavoured to produce exceptional lawyers and legal scholars aimed at pushing and challenging the existing boundaries of knowledge.
About the Journal
The Journal of Intellectual Property Studies is a bi-annual, student-run academic journal published by National Law University, Jodhpur. The Journal was established in 2016 and primarily deals with contemporary developments in the field of intellectual property and related laws.
There are very few journals in India discussing at length topical issues in the field of intellectual property rights and hence, the journal’s objective is to fill this void by becoming a platform where ideas can be exchanged and in turn hopes to enhance
discourse on intellectual property rights between policymakers, practitioners and scholars. To achieve this, the journal solicits articles from a diverse pool of authors comprising of scholars, practitioners and students.
The Board of Editors of the Journal of Intellectual Property Studies [JIPS], is pleased to invite original, unpublished manuscripts for publication in the Spring 2020 Issue of the Journal (Volume III, Issue 2) in the form of notes and articles.
The manuscripts must pertain to the field of intellectual property law or to related fields such as media and technology law.
How to submit?
Manuscripts may be submitted via email at jips[at]nlujodhpur.ac.in. The submission guidelines are available here.
The deadline for submission for manuscripts is 25th February 2019.
For further details regarding JIPS, contribution guidelines, and our editorial policy, please visit the website, here.
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