The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
Catholic University in Washington DC held a symposium on "The Rule of Law and The Information Age: Reconciling Private Rights and Public Interest." Stanford Professors Larry Lessig and Margaret Jane Radin will participate in the event. Read more » about Professor Lawrence Lessig / Professor Margaret Jane Radin
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Webcast and Discussion of Stanford Professor Lessig and Radin's Presentations
October 9-10 Catholic University in Washington DC hosted a symposium in conjunction with the Eldred arguments. Stanford Professors Larry Lessig and Margaret Jane Radin presented papers at the event. The entire event was archived. Read more » about Lessig Radin Talks UPDATE
"[R]emarkably readable....Lessig weaves together fields not known for their ready accessibility: law, policy, networked computing, history of technology....[It carries a] political charge, heightened by the book's climactic, repeated calls to policy-level action. "
European Patent Office
Prosecution Overview: Prosecuting Complex Specifications and 'Written Description' Concerns
Wednesday Oct 9
6:00 p.m. => reception
7:00 p.m. => panel
Room 80, Moot Court Room Read more » about European Patent Office Event: Wed Oct 9