Department Chair: Michael W. Carroll, Faculty Director
The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) offers an unparalleled course of study in the fields of intellectual property and information law, provided by a dynamic faculty engaged in innovative research and dedicated to designing and carrying out public impact projects that promote respect for human rights and the achievement of social justice in these fields of law. Our energetic program hosts numerous public events and projects, taking full advantage of its location in Washington D.C. — the center of U.S. and international intellectual property law and policy making.
The PIJIP series captures the collective intellectual productivity of faculty, staff, students and participants in PIJIP activities. Materials include scholarly articles, briefs of amicus curiae submitted to federal appellate courts, Congressional and other legislative testimony, proposed legislation, white papers, reports and recommendations, and explanatory intellectual property-related materials written for the general public.
Browse the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property Collections:
- Copyright, Fair Use & Open Access
- International Trade and Enforcement
- Intellectual Property & Public Health
- Traditional Knowledge and Culture