Intellectual Property Law Journal names new board of editors for 2013-2014

The Wake Forest University School of Law’s Intellectual Property Law Journal has named a new Board of Editors for its 14th Volume. The Board is composed of 10 different editorial positions that oversee the production of the Journal. The staff of the Journal is selected based on the following criteria: academic success, performance in an annual writing competition, and, in some cases, prior experience in intellectual property law.

The editor-in-chief will be Nathan G. Harrill, managing editor will be Stephen C. Pritchard and Cory H. Howard will serve as manuscripts editor. Their executive articles editor will be Elise J. Arsenault, Megan E. Driggers, and John W. Toth. The development editor will be Claire E. Little, the marketing editor will be Sean P. Gannaway, the symposium editor will be W. Nicholas Harper, and the senior notes and comments editor will be Jacob As Lotes. The notes and comments editors will be Brett M. Becker and Rebekah P. Garcia. The articles editors will be Leslie A. Evans, Robert C. Henderson III, and Garin P. Scollan.

The Journal publishes a wide variety of legal scholarship, all of which pertaining to intellectual property law. While it is one of two legal journals at the law school, it is the only one to be subject-oriented.

The Journal will publish works by academic faculty, practitioners, or students, who can submit works either through e-mail to or through regular mail to the address listed on the Journal’s website