In this issue, we are proud to present the works of a talented group of young researchers. Stockholm university master graduates Kate Galilee and Ana Barbu publish articles based on their master theses in copyright law. Galilee analyses the ‘panorama exception’ for uses of public architectural works and Barbu writes about the ‘parody exception’ and its relation to freedom of expression. Astrid Wilson Roldão, associate at Vinge, presents a case note on unconventional trade marks and product design. Harsh Mahaseth’s contribution gives a global perspective on the Marrakesh Treaty and the important work towards social inclusion.
We hope you will enjoy this second issue of Stockholm Intellectual Property Law Review!