Chicago-Kent College of Law and Loyola University Chicago School of Law jointly sponsor and host the Chicago Intellectual Property Colloquium. The Colloquium promotes discussion of a range of issues in intellectual property and cyberspace law.
Each year, during the Spring academic semester, Chicago-Kent and Loyola invite six nationally renowned intellectual property scholars to Chicago to present and discuss their current research projects before intellectual property faculty from Chicago-area law schools, prominent intellectual property practitioners, and selected students from Chicago-Kent and Loyola (“Chicago IP Colloquium Fellows“).
These presentations usually take place on every second Tuesday during the Spring semester from 4:10 p.m. to 5:50 p.m., with the location alternating between Chicago-Kent and Loyola.
If you are a student at Chicago-Kent or Loyola who is interested in participating in the Colloquium, please click here. Student Fellows meet with Colloquium Faculty from Chicago-Kent and Loyola one week before each presentation to discuss the draft paper that the invited scholar will present. To read more about the Colloquium Faculty from Chicago-Kent and Loyola, please click here.
SPEAKERS FOR THE SPRING 2020
CHICAGO IP COLLOQUIUM
We are pleased to announce the six scholars who will discuss their works in progress in Spring 2020:
January 28, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Room 305
Ruth Okediji, Harvard Law School
Paper: Designing Remedies for Failure to Disclose Origin: Patent Revocation and its Alternatives at the WIPO Intergovernmental Committee
February 11, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 25 E. Pearson (Corboy Law Center), Room 1403
Mark Lemley, Stanford Law School
Paper: Fair Learning
February 25, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Room 305
Blake Reid, Colorado Law
Paper: Copyright’s Role in Disability Law
March 24, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 25 E. Pearson (Corboy Law Center), Room 1403
Kristelia Garcia, Colorado Law
Paper: Encouraging Infringement
April 7, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Room 305
Mark McKenna, Notre Dame Law School
Paper: The Case Against Product Configuration Trade Dress
April 21, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 25 E. Pearson (Corboy Law Center), Room 1403
Rachel Sachs, Washington University School of Law
Paper: A New Public Interest Model of Innovation Policy
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.
Questions or comments regarding the Colloquium should be directed to Professor Ed Lee, Chicago-Kent College of Law (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Professor Cynthia Ho, Loyola University Chicago School of Law (email@example.com).