Editorial board: JIPLP welcomes two new members

The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice is delighted to announce the appointment of two new members of its Editorial Board. They are, in alphabetical order, Emir Crowne and Molly Torsen Stech. Here we introduce you to them:

Dr Emir Crowne, BA, LLB, LLM, LLM, PhD is an Associate Professor, with Tenure, at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. He is the Founder of the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot, and the Donald G. Bowman National Tax Moot. He has also published widely in the fields of intellectual property law, information technology law, gaming law, torts, contracts, legal education, constitutional law, human rights and banking, and is ranked in the top 1.2% of authors on the Social Science Research Network.

A Current Intelligence note co-authored by Emir, "FLIP-TOP not distinctive of Philip Morris, rules Federal Court of Canada", will be posted on this weblog later today.


Molly Torsen Stech, a copyright and trade mark policy attorney based in New York City, recently joined INTA as Editor-in-Chief and is involved in pro bono work for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts of New York (VLANY). Before moving to New York, she was Counsel in the Office of Policy and International Affairs at the US Copyright Office, where her portfolio included Europe, Russia, Canada, relevant WIPO committees, and the OECD. She was also a professorial lecturer in law in international copyright law at the George Washington University Law School, and has acted as a consultant for WIPO’s Creative Heritage Project and for the British Academy. She has published often, most recently a book on authors’ rights with the Institute of Art and Law in Wales. Molly is from Seattle, WA, where she earned both her BA and JD from the University of Washington.

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