The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law ("RIPL") is a student-run organization that is committed to continuing the tradition of excellence in the field of intellectual property at The John Marshall Law School. RIPL is an outgrowth of John Marshall’s intellectual property law program, one of the oldest and most comprehensive programs in the United States. RIPL publishes scholarly work in four yearly issues by prominent and experienced judges, law school professors, and practitioners in the intellectual property field, along with student comments.
Current Issue: Volume 13 (2013), Issue 1 (2013) John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law - Fall 2013
Memetic Theory, Trademarks & The Viral Meme Mark, 13 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 96 (2013)
Shontavia Jackson Johnson
Comparing Apples and Oranges in Trademark Law: Challenging International and Constitutional Validity of Plain Packaging of Tobacco Products, 13 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 130 (2013)
Sarah A. Hinchliffe
Copyright Trolls, Defining the Line Between Legal Ransom Letters and Defending Digital Rights: Turning Piracy into a Business Model or Protecting Creative from Internet Lawlessness?, 13 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 170 (2013)
Luke S. Curran