|The Hosier Distinguished Visiting IP Scholars|
Wendy J. Gordon
Professor of Law and Paul J. Liacos Scholar in Law, Boston University School of Law
Wendy J. Gordon is Professor of Law and Paul J. Liacos Scholar in Law at the Boston University School of Law, where she also serves as advisor to the Intellectual Property Concentration. Her work focuses on the ethical and economic analysis of the various legal regimes regulating information and expression. She recently was a visiting scholar in Comparative Media Studies at MIT, and has taught at the law schools of Georgetown University, Rutgers University/Newark, the University of Chicago, the University of Michigan, and Western New England College. Her publications include two co-edited books, THE ECONOMICS OF COPYRIGHT AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ECONOMICS OF COPYRIGHT, and over three dozen articles, many of which have been widely anthologized. She is the current chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the AALS and she has served as a Fulbright scholar, was named a visiting senior research fellow by Oxford’s St. John's College, received a residency at the Rockefeller Foundation retreat in Bellagio, served as a visiting fellow at Oxford’s Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy, and received a New Jersey Governor's Fellowship in the Humanities.
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