Leading Intellectual Property journal appoints Cardiff expert as Editor
21 March 2022
Professor Phillip Johnson has been appointed editor of a leading journal on intellectual property law.
The Intellectual Property Quarterly (IPQ) is now in its twenty-fifth year and is published four times a year by Sweet and Maxwell. It publishes articles on all matters relating to intellectual property, but with a particular focus on common law jurisdictions.
Professor Johnson, who is a Professor of Commercial Law and a practising barrister at the Intellectual Property Bar, brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the editorship of IPQ. He was formerly a legal adviser to the Intellectual Property Office and he currently sits as an Appointed Person hearing appeals from the designs and trademarks registry. At the School of Law and Politics he teaches on the intellectual property undergraduate module and the postgraduate modules on patents and trademarks. He is also the Director of the LLM Programme.
Speaking of his appointment to IPQ, Professor Johnson said, “I am honoured to be taking on the editorship of the Intellectual Property Quarterly which has been so highly regarded throughout my career.”
IPQ welcomes the submission of articles. Please send all submissions to the Editor for consideration