For nearly three decades, the International Law Quarterly has been recognized as one of the world’s leading
journals covering all areas of international law.
The current issue, edited by Hogan Lovells partner Alvin Lindsay, builds on this legacy with an extraordinary collection of articles covering today’s cutting edge legal issues.
If you have any doubt, here are 3 compelling reasons to read the ILQ Winter 2012 edition:
- Focus on intellectual property
This edition of the ILQ is rich with articles exploring the many aspects of international intellectual property law— from the challenges and strategies involved in managing a client’s IP on a worldwide basis, video pirating in Europe, the challenges of protecting patents in India to foreign registration applicants seeking U.S. trademark protection—this issue has it all.
2. World Roundup
This edition of the ILQ marks the debut of the World Roundup section. Six months in the making, this section promises to deliver the most important international legal stories from around the world in every issue going forward. The first-rate group of regional each has a strong connection to the assigned region. These regions include Asia, Europe, South America and other regions. You won’t find this in any other international law journal.
3. Cutting Edge Legal Issues
This edition of the ILQ also includes articles in other areas– from the impact of Scotland’s Damages Act of 2009, the United States’ E-2 investors’ visa to developments in the law of the international civil service—this issues has it covered.
For ease of reference, I’ve embedded the latest issue of the ILQ below. Enjoy!