Law Review Symposium Brings IP Scholars to Campus

The University of Wisconsin Law School and the Wisconsin Law Review will bring leading scholars in international property law to UW-Madison for an interdisciplinary symposium on Intergenerational Equity and Intellectual Property in November. 

Wisconsin faculty participating in this event include Anuj Desai and Pilar Ossorio.  The symposium is hosted by Shubha Ghosh, Professor of Law, Honorary Fellow and Associate Director of INSITE at the University of Wisconsin, and Deven Desai, Academic Relations, Google Inc., and co-hosted by Symposium Editors Chase Horne and Greg Lockwood and the Wisconsin Law Review Staff. 

Distinguished speakers include Margaret Chon (Seattle University), Julie Cohen (Georgetown), Edward Felten (Princeton), Terry Fisher (Harvard), and Pam Samuelson (Berkeley). 

The symposium will take place Nov. 12-13 at the Law School and is open to the legal and academic community.  Complete information - including the intellectual rationale, program details and speaker bios - can be found on the symposium homepage:

Submitted by Kara Lea Ganter on October 6, 2010

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