AIPLA Quarterly Journal Editorial Board
The AIPLA Quarterly Journal functions with the assistance of an Editorial Board that provides peer review of articles submitted for publication.
The current Editorial Board of the AIPLA Quarterly Journal consists of 19 members, including the Editor-in-Chief (who serves as Chair), two "ex officio" members (AIPLA's Deputy Executive Director of Legal Affairs and a member of the Board
of Directors), and 16 regular AIPLA members, who serve non-renewable terms of three years. Each year, one-third of the Editorial Board members are replaced with new members, whose terms begin in November, following the AIPLA Annual Meeting
in Washington, DC. All AIPLA members who are lawyers are eligible, and members of the AIPLA Quarterly Journal Editorial Board will be selected from all interested, qualified applicants.
ATTENTION: NEW APPLICANTS FOR QJ EDITORIAL BOARD
ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY AUGUST 31
AIPLA is currently seeking members interested in serving on the Editorial Board of the AIPLA Quarterly Journal. The primary duties of Editorial Board members include:
- soliciting manuscripts for submission to the Quarterly Journal;
- reviewing manuscripts submitted to the Quarterly Journal;
- selecting reviewed manuscripts for publication; and
- editing manuscripts for substantive content.
Reviewing manuscripts submitted by authors for publication in the Quarterly Journal takes the most time. Two Editorial Board members review each manuscript, comment on the manuscript, edit the manuscript (if necessary), and indicate whether the
manuscript should be selected for publication. Board members have approximately 1–2 weeks to complete this task for each manuscript. Over the year, a member can expect to receive 10–15 manuscripts for review.
Participation on the Editorial Board is a rewarding and educational experience. It provides an opportunity to work with outstanding professionals with expertise in IP law to help shape the future of the Quarterly Journal. In addition, manuscripts
for review are often on cutting-edge topics of interest to the intellectual property community.
Members of AIPLA interested in serving on the AIPLA Quarterly Journal Editorial Board for a three-year term beginning in November 2018 should submit the following materials electronically on or before August 31, 2018, to:
cover letter explaining your interest in and qualifications for participating
on the Editorial Board, including experience with cutting-edge issues in IP law;
- curriculum vitae; and
- questionnaire (click HERE to download the questionnaire).
Current Editorial Board
Joan E. Schaffner, Chair
AIPLA Quarterly Journal
Associate Professor of Law
The George Washington University Law School
Meghan Donohoe (ex officio)
Steven P. Hollman
Sandra S. Lee
New York, NY
Gary MyersBradley W. Scheer
Matthew S. Nelles
Fort Lauderdale, FL
John H. Pilarski
San Jose, CAMark E. Ungerman
Washington, DCKim Van Voorhis
Beaverton, OR Brian D. Wassom
Southfield, MIElizabeth Cowan Wright