On Sunday, March 30, the Yale Law School Information Society Project is hosting a conference on Innovation Law Beyond IP. To expand the discussion beyond our one day in New Haven, participants will be blogging here over the coming weeks with some initial thoughts on the conference papers, and more broadly on how we should define our field as scholars as innovation. To kick off this symposium, I’ll say a bit about the article I’m presenting, Beyond the Patents–Prizes Debate (coauthored with Daniel Hemel and recently published in the Texas Law Review), and how it fits with the broader conference agenda.Continuing reading at Balkinization. I'll be posting links to new posts over the coming weeks.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Innovation Law Beyond IP Pre-Conference Blog Symposium at Balkinization
Posted by Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
Today I launched our blog symposium for the upcoming Innovation Law Beyond IP conference at Balkinization: