Cybaris®, an Intellectual Property Law Review, publishes non-student articles and student comments on all areas of intellectual property law, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, licensing, and related transactional matters.
The student-edited law review is published twice annually. Members of the Mitchell Hamline Intellectual Property Institute’s Board of Advisors provide critical oversight to ensure the articles are of the highest academic quality. This combined effort makes Cybaris® a valuable resource for legal practitioners, scholars, and lawmakers.
Cybaris® is continually looking for new ways to reach readers. Our online issue and social media will allow the law review to reach new audiences in an interactive, approachable manner. Overall, the goal is to make Cybaris® a dialogue on contemporary issues in intellectual property law.
Alissa Harrington, editor-in-chief
In the ancient Greek city of Sybaris in about 500 B.C., “encouragement was held out to all who should discover any new refinement in luxury, the profits arising from which were secured to the inventor by patent for the space of a year.” 1