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Intellectual Property Law Primer: Home

What is Intellectual Property

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, and names and images used in commerce.

Introduction

This guide will help you research Intellectual Property law which includes Patents, Trademarks and Copyright.  It will focus on materials available in the Brooklyn Law School library, including books, journals, and databases, in print and electronic format.  Access to some of these materials may require your BLS user name and password, as well as Lexis or Westlaw ID and passwords.

If you are accessing this libguide remotely, make sure you have the proxy instructions installed on your laptop or mobile devices to ensure access to the Library's E-resources.

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