About PIJIP

The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) is the internationally recognized intellectual property and information law research and academic program of American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL). Our prolific IP faculty has expertise in every major topic of the field, including Copyright, Patent, Trademark, Trade Secret, Cyberlaw, and international IP.

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Prof. Michael Carroll
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PIJIP Awarded $3.8 Million Grant from Arcadia Fund to Promote International Right to Research in Copyright Law

PIJIP Awarded $3.8 Million Grant from Arcadia Fund to Promote International Right to Research in Copyright Law

09 Dec, 2020

American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) has received a three-year grant of $3.8 million from Arcadia, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, for its Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP). The project will study changes needed in international copyright policy to ensure equity in the production of and access to research.

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Professor Jonas Anderson to Speak at IAM Media's IP 2020 Event

Professor Jonas Anderson to Speak at IAM Media's IP 2020 Event

12 Nov, 2020

On November 17th, Professor Jonas Anderson will be speaking at IAM Media event, IP 2020: The U.S. Patent System in a Year of Change. Professor Anderson will be a featured panelist for a discussion of litigation trends of the past year, specifically the rise of patent litigation in the Western District of Texas.

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Professor Vicki Phillips to Speak at U.S. Copyright Office

Professor Vicki Phillips to Speak at U.S. Copyright Office Advancing Inclusion at Copyright Panel

10 Nov, 2020

Professor Vicki Phillips, Director of the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic, will participate in a panel discussion at the U.S. Copyright Office to celebrate the legacy of the Office’s Eighth Register and first woman Registrar, Barbara Ringer. 

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