As one of the largest associations of intellectual property practitioners in the world, AIPLA is proud to work, through its members, on cutting-edge issues of intellectual property law. No matter what career stage you are in today or what your professional goals are, AIPLA offers a vast world of rewarding opportunities for you.
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AIPLA brings a strong, collective voice to advocate on the behalf of our members in the Courts, in Congress, with the US Patent and Trademark Office, and other domestic and international organizations. Read more →
Report of the Economic Survey
Access to the cutting-edge Report of the Economic Survey, one of the most sought-after publications of the Association. The Economic Survey’s results are often cited in judicial opinions, analyzed by research firms, and used by law firms alike. As a member, you gain 24-hour access to online publications. Read more →
Make invaluable connections with potential partners and peers at AIPLA events. We hold a variety of events and webinars to educate IP law practitioners. From the Annual Meeting to our Trade Secret Law Summit and Women in IP Law Global Networking Event, the American Intellectual Property Law Association works year-round to grow and shape the future of patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law. Read more →
AIPLA Committees are the heart of our organization. Many of the most exciting and rewarding initiatives are initiated and led by our committee communities. Joining a committee of interest is one of the best ways to connect with and engage with your peers. Read more →
Is your practice primarily international? Consider also joining the US Group of AIPPI.
AIPPI is an international organization comprised of
business firms, executives, lawyers, educators, patent and trademark
agents, intellectual property owners, and other persons interested
in the worldwide protection of patents, designs, trademarks, trade
names, know how, goodwill, copyright, and other intellectual property
rights and the elimination of unfair trade practices. Learn more