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Author(s)Paul Horton
AbstractThis symposium follows the earlier precedent: about 70 articles authored between 2000 and 2008 by more than 40 students in Trademarks courses here at the University of San Diego. These short research projects explore the scholar's niche between law-office memo and practitioner-treatise subchapter, between appellate brief and full-blow law review article. Each work promises concise treatment of a narrow topic, issue, case, or article. Each has been edited. Many have had their sources updated to reflect new editions, website revisions, and new or reorganized rules in primary sources. Let their titles entice you. Together-and especially so when combined with the 2001 symposium issue's contributions-they provide a contemporary snapshot of U.S. and international trademark law.