Intellectual Property Student Orgs / Journals

  • Nearly every person in the world wears clothing, and each piece of clothing has an impact. The Fashion and Beauty Law Association aims to connect the UCLA Law and fashion and beauty communities in order to foster discussion on the myriad legal issues implicated by the fashion and beauty industries, including:

    • Intellectual property;
    • Environmental impact;
    • Constitutional rights;
    • Labor & employment;
    • Health & Safety;
    • Animal rights;
    • Advertising and sponsorships; and
    • International trade.
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  • The purpose of the Intellectual Property Law Association is to offer law students the opportunity to better understand the practice of intellectual property (IP) law. The Association offers students interested in pursuing a career in IP law opportunities to network professionally with firms established in the field of IP law. The Association also provides support to assist students with technical backgrounds adjust to law school.

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  • The Journal of Law and Technology, JOLT for short, is dedicated to producing the best literature on the web concerning not only hard IP, but all intellectual property that is at the forefront of technology, at the forefront of academia, society, and innovation. These materials include traditional scholarly articles and comments, practical advice, and “heads-ups” from attorneys broaching the cutting edge.

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  • The Pacific Basin Law Journal (PBLJ) is considered the world's foremost journal focused on Pacific Rim issues. We are committed to publishing original, cutting-edge scholarship that significantly contributes to the study of this important region of the world, and we seek to enhance dialogue between U.S. and international scholars through our publications. Past issues have featured articles by leading scholars and practitioners on a range of international and comparative law topics, including human rights, constitutional law, criminal law, international trade, labor and employment, corporate governance, climate change, and intellectual property. The breadth and diversity of topics covered by the PBLJ make it one of the most exciting, informative, and authoritative student publications at UCLA School of Law.

    The PBLJ is an entirely student-run law journal. Founded in 1982, it is the second oldest journal at UCLA Law. We publish twice a year and are available on LexisNexis, HeinOnline, eScholarship, and Westlaw.

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  • Our mission is to provide every UCLA Law student interested in pursuing a career in sports law the opportunity and resources to develop the foundation for their knowledge of and access to the field.

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