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Professor Richard Sherwin recently published: Law, Culture and Visual Studies (co-edited with Anne Wagner) (Springer 2013); “Performer la Loi. Présences et simulacres, sur scène et au tribunal.” [“Law as Performance: Presence and Simulation Inside the Theater/Courtroom”] Revue Communications, Paris, no. (2013); “Visual Jurisprudence,” New York Law School Law Review Symposium Issue on “Visualizing Law in the Digital Age” (Fall 2012) vol. 57/1; “Constitutional Purgatory: Shades and Presences Inside the Courtroom,” in Leif Dahlberg, ed. Visualizing Law and Authority (Walter de Gruyter 2012); “Law’s Life on the Screen,” in Sara Steinert-Borella’s and Caroline Wiedmer’s Intersections of Law and Culture (Palgrave Macmillan Socio-Legal Studies: 2012).
Professor Ari Ezra Waldman recently published: Durkheim’s Internet: Social and Political Theory in Online Society, 7 N.Y.U. J. L. & Lib. 355 (2013); All Those Like You: Identity Aggression and Student Speech, 77 Missouri L. Rev. 563 (2013); Hostile Educational Environments, 71 Maryland L. Rev. 705 (2012). He contributed to the blog, ConcurringOpinions.com, in September 2013. His posts are available here. His article, Exceptions: The Illogical Approach to HIV-Related Aggravated Assaults, 18 Va. J. Soc. Pol’y & L. 552 (2011), will soon be available as a chapter in Dana Petersen and Vanessa Panfil, Handbook of LGBT Communities, Crime and Justice (expected 2013).
IILP In The News
Adjunct Professor Zvi Rosen was awarded the Charles B. Seton Award from The Copyright Society of the USA for his article “Reimagining Bleistein: Copyright for Advertisements in Historical Perspective,” which appeared in The Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A (Volume 59, Issue 2). The Seton Award is given to the person whose article or other submission published in The Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A constitutes a significant contribution to scholarship in copyright law and displays original and creative ideas not previously published.
Check out the Music Copyright Ownership Adviser designed by Postgraduate Fellow Nyasha Foy. The Music Copyright Ownership Adviser is a legal expert system that evaluates and provide analysis on the copyright ownership of a song based on user generated responses. To preview this expert system, visit https://lawstudents.neotalogic.com/a/musicrights.
IP Surprise! Defensive Patent Aggregators (Anti-Trolls)
Friday, April 4, 2014
185 W. Broadway, W420
The social media (r)evolution: Current Legal Trends and Ethical Considerations
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
185 W. Broadway, Events Space (2nd Floor)