South African Intellectual Property Law Journal (IPLJ)

Intellectual_Property_Law_Journal.jpg.400x400_q85The first issue of South African Intellectual Property Law Journal (IPLJ) edited by the IP Unit’s Lee-Ann Tong and Prof. Caroline Ncube is now in print. The IPLJ strives to be the journal of choice for academics, practitioners and students of IP law. The IPLJ includes articles on recent developments in legislation, policy and case law to keep IP practitioners at the forefront of the law. The journal contains, among other things, articles, notes and updates, comments and book reviews. The IPLJ accepts submissions on an ongoing basis, however, the final submission date for the 2014 issue is 30 April 2014. Submissions and enquiries can be directed to the Editors at . Guidelines for contributors are available here.