MSU College of Law

3rd Annual Junior Scholars in IP Workshop


Presented by the Intellectual Property and Communications Law Program at the Michigan State University College of Law

Friday and Saturday, April 2-3, 2010
Castle Boardroom, Room 343, MSU College of Law (Map)

JSIP offers an opportunity for untenured scholars working in the areas of intellectual property, communications, and cyberlaw to receive detailed feedback on their work from established scholars. Articles are chosen prior to JSIP through a blind-review selection process.


Dan L. Burk, University of California, Irvine School of Law
Rebecca S. Eisenberg, University of Michigan Law School
Shubha Ghosh, University of Wisconsin Law School
Trotter Hardy, William & Mary Law School
Lydia Loren, Lewis & Clark Law School
Michael J. Madison, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Ruth Okediji, University of Minnesota Law School
Maureen A. O'Rourke, Boston University School of Law
Gideon Parchomovsky, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Alfred C. Yen, Boston College Law School

Participating Junior Scholars

The Hacker's Aegis (PDF)
Derek E. Bambauer (with Oliver Day)

Timing Is Everything Latency Analysis and the Design of the Genome Commons (PDF)
Jorge L. Contreras

Costly Intellectual Property (PDF)
David Fagundes (with Jonathan Masur)

Pull Too Hard and the Rope May Break: on the Secondary Liability of Technology Providers for Copyright Infringement (PDF)
Lital Helman

Patent Law and the Two Cultures (PDF)
Peter Lee

The People's Trade Secrets? (PDF)
David S. Levine

Finding Invention (PDF)
Oskar Liivak

Honoring International Obligations in U.S. Trademark Law: How the Lanham Act Protects Well-Known Foreign Marks (and Why the Second Circuit Was Wrong) (PDF)
Lee Ann W. Lockridge

Patenting by Entrepreneurs: An Empirical Study (PDF)
Ted Sichelman (with Stuart Graham)

Embedded Advertising and the Venture Consumer (PDF)
Zahr Said Stauffer

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