The Committee on International Intellectual Property supports member-initiated projects that advance the public interest in international intellectual property law. The Committee has sponsored letters, statements, reports, position papers, research and public events on current issues in international intellectual property law. Its members have worked on submissions and statements in organizations such as the World Intellectual Property Organization, the World Trade Organization and the Office of the United States Trade Representative. The Committee meets annually at ABILA’s International Law Weekend. The Committee’s most recent work has involved exploring the intersection of copyright and artificial intelligence at WIPO and sponsoring forums and endorsing policy statements on international. Like all ABILA committees, members include academics, practitioners, NGO representatives and students who work together on the Committee’s projects.
To join this committee, please email one or both of the co-chairs.