One of the students in the Graduate Programs division, Tsai-fang Chen, S.J.D. candidate, had his article "Intellectual Venue Reform in Patent Litigation: To Transfer or Not to Transfer" published in the Wake Forest Intellectual Property Law Journal, vol. 10, no. 2, 2010. Mr. Chen's article is available on the Social Sciences Research Network website.
In early June 2010, the Center's Director, John Ohnesorge, presented a paper titled Administrative Law in East Asia: A Comparative-Historical Analysis at the Harvard Law School East Asian Legal Studies center conference: "Chinese Legal History and Japanese Law: A Conference in Honor of Jerome Alan Cohen." The conference was in honor of Professor Jerome Cohen, the center's founder and a seminal figure in Asian legal studies in the United States.
In May, Professor Ohnesorge attended the 7th Annual Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Also attending from the UW Law School were Law School Dean Ken Davis, the Center's Senior Director Charles Irish, and Law School assistant professor Asifa Quraishi.
Past programs: UW-Nanjing Program in Intellectual Property Management: "From the Lab to the Market" Oct. 17-18, 2008
Professor Ohnesorge presented on "China's Industrial Policy and Law" at Law's Locations: Textures of Legality in Developing & Transitional Societies, a three-day conference held at the Law School April 23-25, 2010. The full agenda is posted on the conference website.