The Romanian Intellectual Property Law Journal has signed a collaboration protocol with Revue Francophone de la Propriété Intellectuelle
We have the pleasure to inform you that between the Romanian Journal of Intellectual Property Law, edited by Scientific Association of Intellectual Property Law, and Revue Francophone de la Propriété Intellectuelle, edited by Association Francophone de la Propriété Intellectuelle has been concluded a partnership agreement.
With an uninterrupted quarterly appearance since 2004, the Romanian Journal of Intellectual Property Law appears with the support of the Scientific Association of Intellectual Property Law and the „Nicolae Titulescu” University of Bucharest. It is also indexed in Ebsco, CEEOL and HeinOnline databases.
The Romanian Journal of Intellectual Property Law (RRDPI) is a publication dedicated exclusively to legal studies în the field of intellectual property, opened to both Romanian and foreign authors, researches, judges, prosecutors, lawyers, experts from intellectual property offices and institutions, industrial property counselors, PhD students and students who bring together valuable contributions to understanding the field of intellectual property.
The Revue Francophone de la Propriété Intellectuelle (RFPI) is the first French international journal dedicated to intellectual property with free access provided. It is headed by Yann Basire, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Haute-Alsace University, member of CERDACC (European Center for Investigation of Collective Accidents and Catastrophes) and associate member of CEIPI (Center for International Intellectual Property Studies, Strasbourg, with an experience of over 50 years in this field) and by Karlo Fonseca Tinoco, Ph.D. and lawyer. RFPI appears half-yearly and publishes around 10 papers in each issue.
According to the protocol concluded between the two journals, the papers of the Romanian authors will be published in RFPI, and the papers of the French authors in RRDPI. Not least, the representatives of the two magazines agreed to jointly organize events (seminars, conferences) dedicated to intellectual property