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Friday, 2 April 2004

A NEW IP/IT JOURNAL IS BORN


SCRIPT-Ed is the brand new electronic journal of Edinburgh University's AHRB Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. This new title is an online international interdisciplinary and multi-lingual forum for articles, reports, commentaries, analysis, case and legislation critiques, not to mention book reviews pertaining to law and technologies in the broadest sense. It's all perfectly free, though charitable donations are welcome. The first issue, which you can read here, carries features on comparative aspects of personality rights, global pharma patents, European trade marks, traditional knowledge and lots more besides.

SCRIPT-ed also hosts E-Law Review, a bi-monthly legal journal covering Scottish IT issues including Data protection, Financial services, E-Commerce, Consumer law, Intellectual Property and Cybercrime. The E-Law Review is published in association with the Scottish Society for Computers and Law and SCRIPT (the Scottish Centre for Research into Intellectual Property and Technology).

The IPKat is delighted to discover that all articles published in SCRIPT-Ed have first been refereed so as to maintain an appropriate standard of excellence. He wishes this new publication well.

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