Exclusive rights to the results of creative and intellectual effort, protected by common law or statute in areas such as copyright, design, patent, circuit layouts, plant varieties, confidential information, trade mark and business reputation (passing off and trade practices). Intellectual property comprises industrial property (patent, design and trade mark) and artistic property (copyright).
(Encyclopaedic Australian Legal Dictionary, 2016)
Reserve is a service provided by the Library in order to allow you to have access to course readings such as prescribed texts and articles.
CCH is a legal publisher that produces a collection of intellectual property law resources including:
AGIS (Attorney Generals Information Service) - is the leading legal journals database in Australia. Use AGIS to search hundreds of journals for articles about Intellectual Property Law.
If you wish to browse, then the journals below may be useful places to start.