Welcome to Everyday IP

Est. 2017


Welcome to EverydayIP, a newly launched website where people, whether law students, professors, legal practitioners, or anyone else who is interested in intellectual property law, regardless of their academic background, can come to learn about new developments in intellectual property law.

The founder of EIP, Ugooma Daniel, Esq., is a JD alumna from American University Washington College of Law. She is pursuing a career in Intellectual Property law, and hopes to share her passion for IP with the world. Her hope for this blog is to show the world of intellectual property in a different light, in order to show people from all different backgrounds how interesting and diverse the IP world really is, as well as to create a safe space where people can come to discuss their thoughts, concerns, and theories on different IP matters.

This isn’t your traditional legal blog; it will discuss intellectual property mostly from a general sense, and the blog formats will be in plain English so that the average, everyday person can understand the concepts and issues discussed throughout the blogs. EverydayIP will initially host semi-weekly blogs, and will focus primarily on Trademarks, Copyrights, Trade Secrets, and even a few entertainment-related blogs, with some addressing patent-related issues as well.

EIP is also open for guest bloggers. If you’d like to be a guest writer, have any questions or comments about EverydayIP, or are interested in becoming involved in some other capacity, please send us a request from the contact page.

Please note that nothing mentioned in this blog is to be taken as legal advice, nor will EIP represent anyone as counsel. The views and opinions expressed on this website are those of the individual authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of any entities discussed within any blogs. Any comments posted to this website may be edited or removed for inappropriate content, length, or other reasons at the discretion of the the EIP Administrator.