Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review

The Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review is a student-edited journal dedicated to encouraging critical, reflective thinking by scholars and practitioners regarding important cutting-edge issues in intellectual property law. The Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review provides a forum for scholarly discourse on important issues that face both domestic and international intellectual property attorneys today. Although the MIPLR is student-edited, faculty advisors Kali Murray and Bruce Boyden make all final publication decisions to ensure that the material published is timely and substantively appropriate.

Marquette University has a comprehensive intellectual property curriculum and provides a systematic stream of courses in each of the traditional areas of intellectual property, including, patents, copyrights, trademarks, cyberlaw, IP licensing and international IP.