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Friday, 6 October 2006


Calling all critics

The Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, published by OUP, is looking for bright, enthusiastic volunteers to review some of the titles that the journal is receiving. The journal also reviews blogs, articles in other journals - even films.

If you'd like to be considered for a review, email Jeremy here and tell him, in brief, what your areas of interest or expertise are. He'll pass all serious responses on to the Review editor, Phill Johnson, who handles the allocation of reviews in person.

If you are an author or publisher and want JIPLP to review your book, read the details here

New blog on the block

The IPKat's Queen Mary friend and scholar Johanna Gibson writes:

"I've set up a blog on IP Aspects of Medicine as part of the course I'm teaching on the MA in Medical Law and Ethics. The blog is called IPmed. Contributors include me and any of the students who choose to sign up to it (registrations for the course haven't been taken yet, as the teaching year's just starting, but one student has signed up already)".
Doctor Jo is already a blogger - last year she breathed life into Patenting Lives, which many IPKat readers may be quite familiar with. Good luck, Jo - may you never run out of energy or inspiration!

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