Submitting an Article to the IPTLJ
The University of San Francisco Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal accepts article submissions through Scholastica, Expresso, or through direct submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a USF Law Student, please submit via email. Write “Article Submission” in the subject line of your email, include your name and that you are a USF student in the body of your email, and attach a current version of the article and your resume or CV. If you are not a USF Law Student and submit via email, please include in the body of your email your organization affiliation (if any) and whether you are a student or practitioner.
Writing a Survey for the IPTLJ
Survey Authors write short, succinct ‘surveys’ on groundbreaking intellectual property cases in intellectual property law areas. This is a quick and easy way to see your name in print, get up to date with an important IP-related case, and add a “Publications” section to your resume!
If you are a USF Law Student, and you interested in becoming a survey author please contact us at email@example.com, and be sure to include your name, “IPTLJ – Survey”, and the issue you would like to create a survey for in the subject line of the email.