The Suffolk Law IP Center is pleased to host the 20th Annual Works in Progress for Intellectual Property Scholars Colloquium (WIPIP 2023). The colloquium provides intellectual property scholars with a forum to present their academic works-in-progress and receive early feedback from their peers. Once again, WIPIP 2023 will host the famous “Evil Twins” debate, organized by Richmond Law School.
WIPIP 2023 will be a “hybrid” format with a mixture of virtual and on-site presenters and/or attendees (subject to any COVID-19 regulations required by Suffolk University and/or the city of Boston).
There is no cost to attend WIPIP, but conference attendees are responsible for their own travel costs. Suffolk Law School is located at 120 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108 and is a short taxi or train ride from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS).
Please check back periodically for more details regarding WIPIP 2023 as they become available in the coming weeks including how to submit a request to present at or attend the colloquium, the event schedule, lodging options, and more.
If you have any questions about WIPIP 2023, please contact the Suffolk Law IP Center.
Learn more about the WIPIP series and track the Twitter conversation at #WIPIP2023.
Requests to present can be submitted using the Google Form, where you can enter in your contact information, the title of your work, and a short abstract of 500 words or less. There is no paper publication requirement, but we will post the abstracts publicly.
The priority deadline for presentation requests is November 18, 2022, at noon Eastern. Speaking requests submitted after that date will be reviewed on a space-available basis. For submissions/requests made by the priority deadline, we will send notifications of acceptance by December 15, 2022.
We also welcome non-presenting participant-discussants. If you’re interested, you can indicate your interest using the same Google Form.
We are planning for this conference to be a “hybrid” format with a mixture of virtual and on-site panels or panelists and attendees (provided that COVID-19 regulations allow us to do so). In your request to present or attend, please indicate whether you will participate online or on-site.