More peer reviewers needed

Are you an IP expert with time on your hands and an urge to be constructively critical? The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP), published monthly by Oxford University Press and edited by IPKat team blogger Jeremy, is urgent need of fresh volunteer talent to help peer-review articles that have been submitted for publication. Right now, with several peer-reviewers worn out, hors de combat or up to their ears in reviewing, JIPLP would be delighted to hear from you if you think you've got what it takes.  

Just email Jeremy here, marking the subject of your email "Peer Review" and (if he doesn't know you yet) summarising briefly your field of IP expertise and saying whether you've had any peer-review experience. And please be patient -- it may take him a few days to reply ...

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More peer reviewers needed More peer reviewers needed Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, December 30, 2008 Rating: 5

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