William Mitchell College of Law created Cybaris® An Intellectual Property Law Review in 2010. Cybaris® is committed to advancing the exalted ideals of higher education by publishing non-student, peer-selected articles and student comments on all areas of Intellectual Property law which include, but are not limited to patents, copyrights, trademarks and IP-related transactional issues.
Cybaris® is published annually by the Intellectual Property Institute at William Mitchell. While Cybaris® is run by students, the professional pieces are chosen by select members of the Intellectual Property Institute’s Board of Advisors. Cybaris® strives to publish articles of the highest academic quality in the areas of Intellectual Property. Authors are asked to give a video presentation to accompany their published article.
Cybaris® is also one of the first intellectual property law reviews in the world that invites readers to post comments at the end of each article. This blog-style format is a place where readers can respond to articles and authors can respond to comments from readers. The goal is to make Cybaris® a dialogue on contemporary issues in intellectual property.
Lucas Greder and Daniel Bruzzone