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Important Dates | Day One | Day Two | Plenary Sessions: 1  2 | Breakout Sessions: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8

WELCOME RECEPTION: Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Berghoff Restaurant - Lower Level WEST Room

17 Adams St. - 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

DAY ONE: Thursday, August 11, 2011

1 East Jackson Boulevard
DePaul Conference Center - 8th floor
Registration and Continental Breakfast - Foyer Outside of Room 8005: 8:00 a.m. - 8:25 a.m.

First Breakout Session: 8:25 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Room 8005

IP Theory


Video

Room 8010

Patents and Related Law


Video

Room 8002

Cyberlaw


Video

Room 8009

Patents and Empirical Work

Video

Peter S. Menell
University of California at Berkeley School of Law
Michael Meurer
Boston University School of Law
Abstract - Notice Externalities and Development of Intangible Resources
Arti K. Rai
Duke University School of Law
Abstract - Patent Validity Across the Executive Branch: The Case of the Life Sciences
Peter P. Swire
The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law
Abstract - Encryption and Globalization
Paper - Encryption and Globalization
John M. Golden
University of Texas School of Law
Abstract - Patent-Infringement Injunctions' Scope
Paper - Patent-Infringement Injunctions' Scope
Power Point - Patent-Infringement Injunctions' Scope
Salil K. Mehra
Temple University Beasley School of Law
Abstract - Taylorism, Human Relations and User Dynamism
T. J. Chiang
George Mason University School of Law
Abstract - The Reciprocity of Search
Paper - The Reciprocity of Search
Marketa Trimble
University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law
Abstract - The Future of Cybertravel
Power Point - The Future of Cybertravel
Stefania Fusco
UNH School of Law
Abstract - The IPCom Case and The Factors that Promote Patent Trolls’ Activity
Brett Frischmann
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Abstract - The Shortcomings of Pursuing Optimality
Joshua Sarnoff
DePaul University College of Law
Abstract - Constitutional Hard Limits on the Patent Power
Eric C. Chaffee
The University of Dayton School of Law
Abstract - Securities Regulation in Cyberspace: The Application of Securities Law to Virtual Worlds
Stefan Bechtold
ETH Zürich
Lea Cassar
University of Zurich
Holger Herz
University of Zurich
Abstract - Do Patents and Trade Secrets Foster or Harm Innovation? Experimental Evidence
Robert P. Merges
University of California at Berkeley School of Law
Abstract - Justifying Intellectual Property
Paper - Justifying Intellectual Property
Power Point - Justifying Intellectual Property
Yaniv Heled
Georgia State University College of Law
Abstract - Patents vs. Statutory Exclusivities in Biological Pharmaceuticals—Do We Really Need Both?
Paper - Patents vs. Statutory Exclusivities in Biological Pharmaceuticals—Do We Really Need Both?
Power Point - Patents vs. Statutory Exclusivities in Biological Pharmaceuticals—Do We Really Need Both?

David S. Levine
Elon University School of Law
Abstract - The Social Layer of Freedom of Information Law
Chester S. Chuang
Golden Gate University School of Law
Abstract - Offensive Venue: Exposing the Curiously Ineffective Use of Declaratory Relief to Forum Shop in Patent Litigation


Break: 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Second Breakout Session: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Room 8005

Copyright Theory

Video

Room 8010

Copyright Theory

Video

Room 8002

IP Theory

Video

Room 8009

IP, Ethics & Morality

Video

Justin Hughes
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Abstract - A Short History of “Intellectual Property” in Relation to Copyright
Peter DiCola
Northwestern University School of Law
Matthew Sag
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Abstract - Government Responses to Large-Scale Copyright Disputes
Mark P. McKenna
University of Notre Dame Law School
Mark A. Lemley
Stanford Law School
Abstract - Undefined Markets in IP Cases
Zahr Said
University of Washington School of Law
Abstract - Copyright Law and The Ethics of Non-Fiction
Edward Lee
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Abstract - Copyright, Death, and Taxes
Samson Vermont
University of Miami School of Law
Abstract - The Sine Qua Non of Copyright Is Uniqueness, not Originality
Christopher B. Seaman
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Abstract - Toward an Optimal Regime for Joint Ownership of Intellectual Property

Alina Ng
Mississippi College School of Law
Abstract - Copyright and Moral Norms
Paper - Copyright and Moral Norms
Eric A. Priest
University of Oregon School of Law
Abstract - Copyright, Scholarship, and Institutional Open-Access Mandates

Irina D. Manta
Brooklyn Law School
Abstract - Cognitive Calibration for the Reasonably Biased Man: Objective Tests, Jury Effects, and the Copyright Dilemma
Betsy Rosenblatt
Whittier Law School
Abstract - IP's Negative Space: Beyond the Utilitarian

Jeremy N. Sheff
St. John's University School of Law
Abstract - Marks, Morals, and Markets
Eva E. Subotnik
St. John’s University School of Law
June M. Besek
Columbia Law School
Abstract - Constitutional Obstacles?: Reconsidering Copyright Protection for Pre-1972 Sound Recordings
Michal Shur-Ofry
Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law
Abstract - Hatch-Waxmanizing Copyright
Paper - Hatch-Waxmanizing Copyright
Ofer Tur-Sinai
Ono Academic College (Israel)
Abstract - User Rights in Patent Law
Power Point - User Rights in Patent Law
Sam Han
The University of Dayton School of Law
Abstract - The Unenforceability of Gene-Related Patents for Yale, Emory, UPenn, Columbia and NYU


Lunch and First Plenary Session (11th Floor Dining Room): 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Video

Current Copyright Concerns and Theory


Matthew Sag
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Abstract - Predicting Fair Use: An Empirical Study of Copyright’s Fair Use Doctrine
Paper - Predicting Fair Use: An Empirical Study of Copyright’s Fair Use Doctrine
Power Point - Predicting Fair Use: An Empirical Study of Copyright’s Fair Use Doctrine

Haochen Sun
The University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law
Abstract - Fair Use as a Collective User Right

Ariel Katz
University of Toronto Faculty of Law
Abstract - What Antitrust Law Can (and Cannot) Teach about the First Sale Doctrine

James Grimmelmann
New York Law School
Abstract - A Bridge Too Far: Google Books and the Limits of Class Action Law
Paper - A Bridge Too Far: Google Books and the Limits of Class Action Law
Power Point - A Bridge Too Far: Google Books and the Limits of Class Action Law

Break: 2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Third Breakout Session: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Room 8005

International and Human Rights

Video

Room 8010

Patentable Subject Matter

Video

Room 8002

Copyright Subject Matter

Video

Room 8009

Standards, Contracts, and Antitrust

Video

Doris Estelle Long
The John Marshall Law School
Abstract - The Continuation of the Geographic Boundaries of Empire in the New Digital Order
Robin Feldman
University of California Hastings College of the Law
Abstract - Whose Body Is It Anyway? Human Cells & The Strange Effects of Property & Intellectual Property Law
Paper - Whose Body Is It Anyway? Human Cells & The Strange Effects of Property & Intellectual Property Law
Olufunmilayo B. Arewa
University of California, Irvine School of Law
Abstract - Writing Rights: Performance, Creativity, and Copyright’s Visual Bias
Jay P. Kesan
University of Illinois College of Law
Rajiv Shah
University of Illinois at Chicago
Abstract - Lost in Translation: Interoperability Issues in Open Standards
Paper - Lost in Translation: Interoperability Issues for Open Standards
Peter K. Yu
Drake University Law School
Abstract - ACTA and Its Complex Politics

Christopher M. Holman
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
Abstract - Will Gene Patents Impede Whole Genome Sequencing?: Deconstructing the Myth That 20% of the Human Genome Is Patented
Paper - Will Gene Patents Impede Whole Genome Sequencing?: Deconstructing the Myth That 20% of the Human Genome Is Patented
Ann Bartow
Pace Law School
Abstract - Copyright Law and the Commoditization of Sex
Paper - Copyright Law and the Commoditization of Sex
Power Point - Copyright Law and the Commoditization of Sex
Juha Vesala
Department of Private Law, University of Helsinki
Abstract - Antitrust Regulation of Cumulative Innovation: Treatment of Grantbacks as an Example of the Benefits and Risks of Ex Ante Contracting
David S. Welkowitz
Whittier Law School
Abstract - Creating Intellectual Property Rights from Human Rights: The Example of the European Human Rights Convention
Paper - Creating Intellectual Property Rights from Human Rights: The Example of the European Human Rights Convention
Andrew Chin
University of North Carolina School of Law
Abstract - Essential Causation and the Metaphysics of Patent Law’s Abstract-Ideas Exclusion
Paper - Essential Causation and the Metaphysics of Patent Law’s Abstract-Ideas Exclusion
Power Point - Essential Causation and the Metaphysics of Patent Law’s Abstract-Ideas Exclusion
Christopher Buccafusco
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Abstract - Making Sense of Intellectual Property
Richard Li-dar Wang
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Abstract - Deviated, Unsound, and Self-Retreating: A Critical Assessment of Princo v. ITC en banc Decision
Paper - Deviated, Unsound, and Self-Retreating: A Critical Assessment of Princo v. ITC en banc Decision
Power Point - Deviated, Unsound, and Self-Retreating: A Critical Assessment of Princo v. ITC en banc Decision
Elizabeth A. Rowe
University of Florida Levin College of Law
Abstract - If the Dress Fits, Hire Him: Exploring the Intersection of Intellectual Property and Employment Discrimination Law
Ann McCrackin
University of New Hampshire School of Law
Abstract - Making the Abstract Clearer after Bilski v. Kappos
Bruce E. Boyden
Marquette University Law School
Abstract - The Game in the Machine: Copyright in the Middle Ground Between Players and Video Games
Jorge L. Contreras
American University Washington College of Law
Abstract - An Empirical Study of Ex Ante Licensing Behavior in the Development of Voluntary Technical Standards

Break: 4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Fourth Breakout Session: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Room 8005

Empirical Work


Video

Room 8010

Patent Litigation and Empirical Work

Video

Room 8002

IP Litigation and Theory


Video

Room 8009

Patent Litigation and Theory

Video

Jamie Lund
St. Mary's University School of Law
Abstract - An Empirical Examination of the Lay Listener Test in Music Composition Copyright Infringement
Paper - An Empirical Examination of the Lay Listener Test in Music Composition Copyright Infringement
Power Point - An Empirical Examination of the Lay Listener Test in Music Composition Copyright Infringement
Colleen Chien
Santa Clara University School of Law
Abstract - Predicting Patent Litigation
David O. Taylor
Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
Abstract - Misjoinder - The Next Battleground
Paul R. Gugliuzza
University of Florida Levin College of Law
Abstract - Rethinking Federal Circuit Jurisdiction
Andrew W. Torrance
The University of Kansas School of Law
Abstract - Design Beauty In The Eye Of The Judicial Beholder

Michael Risch
Villanova University School of Law
Abstract - Patent Troll Myths
Paper - Patent Troll Myths
Susan M. Richey
University of New Hampshire School of Law
Abstract - The Troubling Role of Federal Registration in Proving Intellectual Property Crimes
Anna B. Laakmann
The Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law
Abstract - Pragmatic Patent Adjudication
Paper - Pragmatic Patent Adjudication
Power Point - Pragmatic Patent Adjudication
David S. Abrams
University of Pennsylvania Law School
R. Polk Wagner
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Abstract - Who has Priority? An Empirical Exploration of the First to File Rule
Paper - Who has Priority? An Empirical Exploration of the First to File Rule
Michael J. Burstein
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Abstract - Patent Standing
Nahoko Ono
Columbia Law School
Abstract - Secured Transaction in IP
Amelia Smith Rinehart
University of Utah S. J. Quinney College of Law
Abstract - Patent Cases and Jurisdiction Controversies
Michael J. Mazzeo
Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Jonathan Hillel
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Samantha Zyontz
George Mason University School of Law
Abstract - Innovation and the Patent System: The Role of Patent Infringement Awards
David L. Schwartz
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Abstract - Contingent Representation in Patent Litigation
William Gallagher
Golden Gate University School of Law
Abstract - The IP Law Disputing Process: Strategic Enforcement of Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Claims
Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
Yale Law School
Abstract - Do Patents Disclose Useful Information?
Paper - Do Patents Disclose Useful Information?

Dinner at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Millennium Park Room: 6:30 p.m.

DAY TWO: Friday, August 12, 2011

Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

Fifth Breakout Session: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Room 8005

Patent Theory


Video

Room 8010

Remedies


Video

Room 8002

Trademark-Copyright Theory

Video

Room 8009

IP Theory and History


Video

Mark D. Janis
Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Timothy R. Holbrook
Emory University School of Law
Abstract - Patent Law's Audience
Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec
The George Washington University Law School
Abstract - Tailoring Remedies To Spur Innovation
Paper - Tailoring Remedies To Spur Innovation
Jacqueline D. Lipton
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
John Tehranian
Southwestern Law School
Abstract - Derivative Works 2.0
Dmitry Karshtedt
Stanford Law School
Abstract - Did Learned Hand Get It Wrong?: The Questionable Patent Forfeiture Rule of Metallizing Engineering Co. v. Kenyon Bearing & Auto Parts Co.
Paper - Did Learned Hand Get It Wrong?: The Questionable Patent Forfeiture Rule of Metallizing Engineering Co. v. Kenyon Bearing & Auto Parts Co.
Richard S. Gruner
The John Marshall Law School
Abstract - Why We Need A Strong Patent System and When: Filling The Void Left by the Bilski Case
Paper - Why We Need A Strong Patent System and When: Filling The Void Left by the Bilski Case
Bernard Chao
University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Abstract - Toward an Infringement Continuum
Power Point - Toward an Infringement Continuum

Laura A. Heymann
William & Mary Law School
Abstract - A Name I Call Myself: Creativity and Naming

Felix Wu
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Abstract - The Law of Inducement
Cynthia Ho
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Abstract - Patents versus Patients: The Importance and Impact of Social Cognition
Karen E. Sandrik
Florida State University College of Law
Abstract - Reframing Patent Remedies
Amanda Compton
Charleston School of Law
Abstract - N.I.G.G.A., Slumdog, Heeb, and Dyke: Reconsidering Disparaging Trademarks in a Post-Racial Era
Power Point - N.I.G.G.A., Slumdog, Heeb, and Dyke: Reconsidering Disparaging Trademarks in a Post-Racial Era
Liam O'Melinn
Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law
Abstract - The Mythology of Common-Law Copyright
Paper - The Mythology of Common-Law Copyright
Glynn S. Lunney, Jr.
Tulane University School of Law
Christian Johnson
Tulane University School of Law
Abstract - Not So Obvious After All: Patent’s Nonobviousness Requirement, KSR, and the Fear of Hindsight Bias
Power Point - Not So Obvious After All: Patent’s Nonobviousness Requirement, KSR, and the Fear of Hindsight Bias
Ted Sichelman
University of San Diego School of Law
Abstract - Purging Patent Law of ‘Private Law’ Remedies
Paper - Purging Patent Law of ‘Private Law’ Remedies

Viva R. Moffat
University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Abstract - The Copyright Professor as Reader: Unauthorized Sequels, Copyright Law, and Trademark Concerns
Robert A. Heverly
Albany Law School
Abstract - The First One Hundred Years of Copyright in the Supreme Court (1834-1933): The Lost Cases


Break: 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Sixth Breakout Session: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Room 8005

Trademark Theory and Empirical Work

Video

Room 8010

Patent Theory


Video

Room 8002

Telecommunication and Digital Rights

Video

Room 8009

IP Theory


Video

Barton Beebe
New York University School of Law
Abstract - Is the Trademark Office a Rubber Stamp?
Paper - Is the Trademark Office a Rubber Stamp?
Amy L. Landers
University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law
Abstract - A Promising Field of Endeavor: A Grounded Approach to Patentability
Tonya M. Evans
Widener University School of Law - Harrisburg
Abstract - Sampling Patent to Remix Copyright
Jake Linford
Florida State University College of Law
Abstract - Controlled Transformation and the Alchemy of Trademark Protection

Jason Rantanen
University of Iowa College of Law
Abstract - Peripheral Disclosure
Power Point - Peripheral Disclosure
Randal C. Picker
The University of Chicago Law School
Abstract - Where did the World Series Go?: Retransmission Consent and the Propertization of Broadcast Signals
Harry Surden
University of Colorado Law School
Abstract - Computable Contracts in Intellectual Property Law
William McGeveran
University of Minnesota Law School
Mark P. McKenna
University of Notre Dame Law School
Abstract - Trademark Defenses That Aren't
William Hubbard
University of Baltimore School of Law
Abstract - Competitive Patent Law
Thomas C. Folsom
Regent University School of Law
Abstract - The Magician’s Horse: Designing Code and Other Laws Beyond Cyberspace
Brenda M. Simon
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Abstract - The Implications of Cognitive Enhancement on Obviousness
Lisa P. Ramsey
University of San Diego School of Law
Abstract - What the United States Can Learn From Australian Trade Mark Law
Andres Sawicki
The University of Chicago Law School
Abstract - Better Mistakes in Patent Law
Lital Helman
Columbia Law School
Gideon Parchomovsky
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Abstract - The Best Available Technology Standard
Paper - The Best Available Technology Standard
Power Point - The Best Available Technology Standard
Jessica Silbey
Suffolk University Law School
Abstract - 'Making a Living and Making Do' and 'Legal Instruction': Two Stages in the Harvesting of Intellectual Property, Anaylsis of a Qualitative Empirical Study


Lunch and Second Plenary Session (11th Floor Dining Room): 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Video

Current Patent Concerns and Theory


Kevin Emerson Collins
Washington University in St. Louis School of Law
Abstract - Minding the Template in Prometheus Laboratories: A Fuller Account of the Costs of Determine-and-Infer Claims

Gaia Bernstein
Seton Hall University School of Law
Abstract - Patent Law, Technological Dissemination and the Forgotten Non-Creative User

Oskar Liivak
Cornell University Law School
Abstract - Rebranding the Patent System: A Market for Inventions, Not Exclusion for Incentives

Jonathan Masur
The University of Chicago Law School
Anup Malani
University of Chicago Law School
Abstract - Two-Part Pricing and the True Cost of Patents
Power Point - Two-Part Pricing and the True Cost of Patents

Break: 2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Seventh Breakout Session: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Room 8005

Patent Claiming


Video

Room 8010

Exhaustion and License


Video

Room 8002

Fair Use and the Web


Video

Room 8009

Patent Liability and Reform

Video

Shine Tu
West Virginia University College of Law
Abstract - Unluck of the Draw: An Empirical Study of Examiner Allowance Rates
M. Scott Boone
Appalachian School of Law
Abstract - Virtual Property and Copyright: Taking the First Sale Doctrine into the Cloud
Michael D. Murray
Valparaiso University School of Law
Abstract - What Is Transformative? An Explanatory Synthesis of the Convergence of Transformation and Predominant Purpose in Copyright Fair Use Law
Paper - The Convergence of Transformation and Predominant Purpose as the Prevailing Tests for Copyright Fair Use, Right of Publicity Fair Use, and First Amendment Censorship of Artistic Expression
Lucas S. Osborn
Campbell University School of Law
Abstract - An Infringing “Offer to Sell” in a Global Economy
Jonas Anderson
American University, Washington College of Law
Peter S. Menell
University of California at Berkeley School of Law
Abstract - Patent Claim Construction Database Project: Federal Circuit 2000-2010
Yvette Joy Liebesman
Saint Louis University School of Law
Benjamin Wilson

Abstract - Trademark Exhaustion in Cyberspace
Tracy Reilly
University of Dayton School of Law
Abstract - Good Fences Make Good Neighboring Rights: The German Federal Court Rules on the Digital Sampling of Sound Recordings in Metall auf Metall
Paper - Good Fences Make Good Neighboring Rights: The German Federal Court Rules on the Digital Sampling of Sound Recordings in Metall auf Metall
Power Point - Good Fences Make Good Neighboring Rights: The German Federal Court Rules on the Digital Sampling of Sound Recordings in Metall auf Metall
W. Keith Robinson
Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
Abstract - Joint Infringement and the Future of Interactive Methods and System Patents
Eileen M. Herlihy
New England Law | Boston
Abstract - Patenting Function
Christopher Newman
George Mason University School of Law
Abstract - “What Exactly Are You Implying?”: Rethinking the Legal Basis for Implied Copyright Licenses
David A. Simon
Harvard Law School
Abstract - An Analysis of Fair Use Decisions Under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy
Paper - An Analysis of Fair Use Decisions Under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy
Brian J. Love
Stanford Law School
Abstract - Timing is Everything: Could Shortening the Patent Term Decimate Trolls Without Harming Innovators?
Paper - Timing is Everything: Could Shortening the Patent Term Decimate Trolls Without Harming Innovators?
Kristen Osenga
University of Richmond School of Law
Abstract - The Shape of Things to Come: What We Can Learn From Patent Claim Length
Paper - The Shape of Things to Come: What We Can Learn From Patent Claim Length
Aaron K. Perzanowski
Wayne State University Law School
Jason M. Schultz
University of California at Berkeley School of Law
Abstract - Copyright Exhaustion And The Personal Use Dilemma
Daniela Simone
University of Oxford
Abstract - Copyright or Copyleft? Wikipedia as a Turning Point for Authorship
Power Point - Copyright or Copyleft? Wikipedia as a Turning Point for Authorship
Benjamin P. Liu
The John Marshall Law School
Abstract - The Patent System in a World of Limited Resources


Break: 4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Eighth Breakout Session: 4:30 p.m. - 5:40 p.m.

Room 8005

Invention/ Teaching

Video

Room 8002

IP Clause and 1st Amendment

Video

Room 8009

Institutions

Video

Eric E. Johnson
University of North Dakota School of Law
Abstract - Intellectual Property and the Incentive Fallacy
Paper - Intellectual Property and the Incentive Fallacy
Jeanne C. Fromer
Fordham University School of Law
Abstract - The Dormant IP Clause
Jennifer Carter-Johnson
Michigan State University College of Law
Abstract - Special Problems Incentivizing Disclosure of Inventions by Non-Faculty Inventors
Ira S. Nathenson
St. Thomas University School of Law
Abstract - Best Practices for the Law of the Horse: Teaching Cyberlaw (and Law) with Online Role-Playing Simulations
David Ardia
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill School of Law
Abstract - Speech Unjoined
Liza Vertinsky
Emory University School of Law
Abstract - Lost in Translation: University Technology Transfer Failures
Mark A. Lemley
Stanford Law School
Abstract - The Myth of the Lone Inventor
Marc H. Greenberg
Golden Gate University School of Law
Abstract - Comics, Courts and Controversy: A Case Study of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
Paper - Comics, Courts and Controversy: A Case Study of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
Jenny Lynn Sheridan
Columbia Law School
Abstract - Rescuing the Intellectual Commons: “Fair Access” Right for Public Libraries
Farewell Reception - Foyer outside of Room 8005: 5:40 p.m. - 7:00p.m.