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Another Bodleian libguide - written by colleague in the RSL - will help with technicalities of patents.
Intellectual property materials can be found in a number of different areas of the Bodleian Law Library.
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The Law Bod now has some material from the former Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre (OIPRC) collection, which had previously been housed at St Peter's College. Most of these materials can be found in the rolling cases on Floor 0.
This is how the Law Society describes Intellectual Property Law:
"Intellectual property law provides a framework to protect the legal rights of writers, artists, inventors, traders and others. This protection may be by copyright over artistic works, by a registered patent in an invention or by a registered trademark for a sign such as a logo."
According to the Intellectual Property Office website, there are four different types of IP: