Cybel Ekpa
Cybel Ekpa

Cybel Ekpa

INFORMATION JUSTICE FELLOW, LLM STUDENT

Cybel Ekpa, a distinguished member of the Nigerian Bar Association, renowned for her extensive expertise in corporate and property law practice. She earned her LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property and Technology Law from the American University Washington College of Law, where she developed a keen focus on Cybersecurity/Privacy Law.

As a testament to her exceptional leadership abilities, Cybel held the esteemed position of President of the LL.M. board, spearheading initiatives with confidence and vision. Additionally, she is the proud co-founder of WEWIN, a remarkable NGO dedicated to catering to the education and welfare of women.

PIJIP News

Professor Vicki Phillips To Be Honored By The DC Bar With The Champion of IP Award

Professor Vicki Phillips To Be Honored By The DC Bar With The Champion of IP Award

01 May, 2024

Intellectual Property (IP) Law Community of the District of Columbia (DC) Bar will honor Professor Victoria Phillips with the esteemed Champion of IP Award.  The annual Champion of IP Award celebrates an individual who has impacted IP policy, fostered innovation, and passionately advocated for intellectual property rights. 

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AUWCL & WIPO Sign an MOU

AUWCL & WIPO Sign an MOU

30 Apr, 2024

On April 22nd, Dean Roger Fairfax and Sheriff Saadallah, Executive Director of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Academy, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to continue the close relationship between American University Washington College of Law's (AUWCL) Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property (PIJIP) and WIPO.

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Professor Michael Carroll Published New Paper

Professor Michael Carroll Published New Paper "The Triumph of Three Big Ideas in Fair Use Jurisprudence"

30 Apr, 2024

Professors Carroll and Peter Jaszi, published a new paper, The Triumph of Three Big Ideas in Fair Use Jurisprudence.  The article, published in the Tulane Law Review, argues that the Court’s decisions on fair use, which represent one-third of the Court’s total merits decisions, are historic.

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