The Advisory Council on Intellectual Property (the Council or ACIP) is an independent body appointed by the Australian Government, and advises the Federal Minister for Climate Change, Industry and Innovation on intellectual property matters and the strategic administration of IP Australia. The Council was established in 1994.
The Council's membership reflects a cross section of interests involved with the intellectual property system, and includes individuals from both large and small businesses, research organisations, the legal and attorney professions and academia.
ACIP is working towards a new online world – and it’s all about you
We are making information on the website easier to find, we are re-writing the content of the site and here’s why…
What work has been done so far?
We are working toward a new website that includes:
Are there any parts of the website that will remain the same?
Most of the content will remain the same, such as all the information around our reviews. It may be ordered in a slightly different way, but we will continue to offer you as much information as we can around intellectual property reviews.
I have links to pages in your website. Will these links be broken?
The new structure of the website means that the way in which we order our content will change as will the location of the pages that the content is on. If you do have links to pages deep within the current website we recommend that you update and re-link them to the ACIP home page.
When are you going to be able to see the new site?
We’re working towards launching the new website later this year.
How to get involved?
If you’re keen to help us test the website or just want to provide some feedback then please contact the ACIP Secretariat at: email@example.com