Research - Law, Technology & Arts
The Center for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property
(CASRIP) is a world renowned research and policy development institute affiliated with
LTA and the UW Law School. CASRIP focuses on problems involving patents
and other intellectual property rights in technology. The United Nation’s World Intellectual Property
Organization (WIPO) recognizes CASRIP as an observing non-governmental organization. CASRIP fosters discussion
on differences in the intellectual property regimes of various countries, and studies
the impact of those differences on technological innovation and international trade.
The Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts publishes
concise legal analysis for practicing attorneys. The Journal is a partnership between LTA, student editors and
an Editorial Board comprised of faculty and practicing attorneys. This ensures that
articles published in the journal are timely, relevant, and informative.