What the Center Does
The Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy provides a unique environment where scholars can examine the key drivers of innovation as well as the law and policy that best support innovation. By fostering interdisciplinary and collaborative research on innovation law and policy, the Engelberg Center attracts legal scholars and practitioners, technologists, economists, social scientists, physical scientists, historians, innovators, and industry experts who study, theoretically and empirically, the incentives that motivate innovators, how those incentives vary among different types of creative endeavor, and the laws and policies that help or hinder them.
News & Announcements
The Engelberg Center colloquium focuses on the business of intellectual property
Are we running out of trademarks? Professors Jeanne Fromer and Barton Beebe posed this question to an intimate gathering of students, law scholars, and practitioners in the opening session of the spring colloquium.
Maggie Diamond ’16 is the Engelberg Center Student Fellow for Summer 2016
Maggie has a deep and longstanding interest in IP law and the impact of innovation. Prior to attending law school, she studied neuroscience as an undergraduate at the College of Charleston and worked in a Stanford University laboratory examining the cellular firing patterns of GnRH neurons.