Chicago-Kent College of Law and Loyola University Chicago School of Law (where I previously served as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Writing) are jointly sponsoring and hosting the Chicago Intellectual Property Colloquium. The Colloquium brings six nationally renowned IP scholars to Chicago to discuss their current IP research. The presentations look very interesting. They start January 30th and run through April on Tuesday afternoons (schedule after the jump). Each lasts just under two hours and they rotate between Kent and Loyola.
Attendance is by invitation only. If you would like an invitation, contact Patricia O’Neal at Kent — email@example.com. I will be attending as many as I can and blogging about them afterward. If you see me, please say "hello."
Here is the schedule:
January 30, 2007, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Room 305
Professor Glynn Lunney, Tulane University Law School
February 13, 2007, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Room TBD
Professor Margaret Chon, Seattle University School of Law
Paper: Constitutionalizing the WTO: Intellectual Property’s Balance in the Context of Global Social Welfare
February 27, 2007, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Room 305
Professor Laura Heymann, William & Mary School of Law
Paper: The Public Domain in Trademark Law
March 27, 2007, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Room TBD
Professor Robin Feldman, University of California, Hastings College of the Law
Paper: The Role of Science in Law
April 10, 2007, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Room 305
Professor James Thuo Gathii, Albany Law School
Paper: What History Teaches Us About International Protection of Intellectual Property Rights: The Case of Least Developed Countries
April 24, 2007, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Room TBD
Professor Pamela Samuelson, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
Paper: What Section 102(b) Excludes from Copyright Protection and Why
A copy of the paper to be presented will be posted on this website approximately two weeks before each presentation.
Papers presented and discussed at past Colloquia are available here.