The University of Illinois at Chicago John Marshall Law School

patent law, intellectual property, intellectual property law, antitrust, art law, copyrights, trade secrets, right of publicity, trademarks, trade dress, fashion law, information technology law, privacy law, cyberspace law, technology law

About Me

The UIC John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law(RIPL) is a Chicago-based law review comprising top students participating in the internationally recognized intellectual property, information technology, and privacy law programs at The UIC John Marshall Law School. Many RIPL students possess a technical background--with degrees ranging from a bachelor of science to Ph.D--and have experience in trade secret, patent, trademark, information technology, privacy, and copyright law. In the past decade, RIPL has experienced remarkable success, ranking as the 11th most cited technology law journal in the United States according to Google Scholar. The Washington and Lee Law Review Rankings recently ranked RIPL as the Number 3 journal for Intellectual Property law in the world for 2019. Indeed, RIPL has been cited as persuasive authority by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and parties petitioning the United States Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari. Since its inception, RIPL has earned accolades by publishing reputable authors, including:

  • Justice John Paul Stevens of the United States Supreme Court 
  • Former Chief Judge Paul Michel and Judge Richard Linn of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit 
  • Judge Richard Posner of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit 
  • Former Under Secretary and Director of the United States Patent Office Q. Todd Dickinson 
  • United States Registers of Copyrights Mary Beth Peters and Ralph Oman 
  • Authors Donald Chisum, Robert Harmon, Edward D. Manzo and Shubha Ghosh 
  • Professors Harold Wegner, Janice Mueller, Kenneth Port, Graeme Dinwoodie, and Tyler Ochoa


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