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The Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property staff wants to engage our readers more often. The lead time on additional publications is too long so we decided to create a Journal Blog instead. Blog posts are accepted from all levels of authors including students, professors and academics, and practicing professionals. Its purpose is to invite discussion, apprise our readers of new or ongoing issues in intellectual property, or just to serve as a sounding board. All blog posts are subject to acceptance by the Journal staff and will undergo a minimal editing process prior to publication on the website. If you would like to submit a blog post for consideration, please contact us at We would love to hear what you have to say.

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