Cincinnati Intellectual Property and Computer Law Journal
In the Spring of 2012, the faculty of the University of Cincinnati College of Law approved the creation of a new student-edited scholarly journal to be published at the College. The Cincinnati Intellectual Property and Computer Law Journal addresses matters of importance both to the scholarly community and to the bench and bar.
The subject-matter coverage includes doctrinal subjects traditionally included within the broad domain of intellectual property (including patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secrecy issues), as well as both short- and long-form scholarship on entertainment, media and free expression, telecommunications, privacy, sports law, and computer and technology subjects.
The Journal is published online and takes full advantage of the unique advantages of electronic publication. In keeping with the College’s customary practice, the Journal is published under the supervision of faculty advisor Professor Timothy K. Armstrong.
Members of the Journal in the 2016-2017 year include the following students:
Editor in Chief: Rebecca Knight
Executive Editor: Jennifer Wickman
Managing Editor: Sydnee Fields
Publications Editor: Devonte King
Associate Members: Derek Tucker, Samantha Rheingold, Kathryn Cornelius, Richard Noell, Pamela Cates, Anthony Kremer, Kendall Jent, Devonte King, Rebecca Knight, Sydnee Fields, Jennifer Wickman, Brock Caley, and Jonathan Trotta
If you are interested in having your work published by the Journal, please send an e-mail inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org and the Board will provide you with writing guidelines and other details. You can visit the Journal here, and follow on Facebook and Twitter.