IPKAT BOOK REVIEW

The IPKat has just got his paws on the second edition of Intellectual Property Law by Woolfson College Cambridge law fellow Jennifer Davis. Published in the Butterworths Core Text series, this book packs quite a punch, providing a tidy summary of UK (and some EU) intellectual property law in fewer than 400 lucidly written and well-referenced pages. Footnotes are abolished, though important cases and significant articles are cited and referenced for further reading.

At just £14.95, this cheerful and authoritative paperback will be welcomed not only by intellectual property students but also by busy lawyers who want a good overview of where British IP law happens to be right now.
IPKAT BOOK REVIEW IPKAT BOOK REVIEW Reviewed by Jeremy and Ilanah on Sunday, January 18, 2004 Rating: 5

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