American University Washington College of Law offers one of the nation’s top LL.M. (Masters in Law) degrees in intellectual property and technology, with over 100 students from over 50 countries, and one of the largest intellectual property and technology faculties. Read more
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. Our prolific IP faculty has expertise in every major topic of the field, including Copyright, Patent, Trademark, Trade Secret, Cyberlaw, and international IP.
PIJIP’s academic program, including our LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property & Technology, and a first in the nation IP Clinic, offer an unparalleled course of study in the fields of intellectual property and information law.
PIJIP’s impact program serves as an important incubator of research and public debate on public interest concerns in global intellectual property policy making.
One of the oldest intellectual property programs in the country dating back to 1910.
PIJIP and the University of Amsterdam's Institute for Information Law (IViR) will host an upcoming conference to discuss models that international copyright law could use to enable cross border uses of research materials.Read more
PIJIP Faculty Director Christine Haight Farley's chapter in the WIPO Status Report on Protection Against Unfair Competition described compared legal protections in Canada and the United States.Read more
Professor Sean Flynn will be visiting the University of Copenhagen’s Centre for Information and Innovation Law (CIIR) this week. He will present a work in progress on models that international copyright law could use to enable cross border uses of research materials.Read more