SEVENTH ANNUAL TRI-STATE REGION IP WORKSHOP
NYU SCHOOL OF LAW | JANUARY 13, 2017
The Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at NYU School of Law proudly presents the Seventh Annual Tri-State Region IP Workshop. The Workshop brings together intellectual property scholars (including professors, fellows, visitors, graduate students, and practitioners) from the tri-state region (broadly defined to include Philadelphia) to present their works in progress for commentary in a workshop environment.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Engelberg Center warmly welcomes proposals from intellectual property law scholars (including professors, fellows, visitors, graduate students, and practitioners) from the tri-state region (broadly defined to include Philadelphia) to present their works in progress for commentary in a workshop environment at the Seventh Annual Tri-State Region IP Workshop. Any topic related to intellectual property law is welcome. The format of the one-day conference involves a series of plenary sessions.
Approximately 5-10 papers will be selected for presentation and feedback. Depending on interest, we may also have a session devoted to a group discussion (such as of empirical methodologies and questions, or recent developments in the field) or a session dedicated to “mini-presentations” of early-stage projects.
Individuals who wish to present should electronically submit either (1) an abstract and title or (2) a paper draft (preferable for evaluation), no later than Friday, November 11, 2016, to Hetty Dekker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Decisions on requests to present will be made no later than Monday, November 28, 2016. Presented papers should be relatively developed drafts in progress that can benefit from substantial commentary and revision before the spring 2017 submission cycle. Presented papers will be due on Tuesday, January 3, 2017, and will be posted on the password-protected workshop website on that date. The workshop is open to all who wish to attend, whether or not they are presenting a paper. We very much hope that this annual workshop will make it possible for IP law scholars located in the tri-state region to get together on a more regular basis to share and discuss each other’s work. Because of the importance of group discussion, we ask that attendees and presenters plan to attend the workshop for its duration.
All conference presenters and attendees will be expected to pay for their individual transportation costs. Meals will be provided by NYU School of Law.
For questions, contact the Tri-State Workshop co-chairs, Barton Beebe (email@example.com) and Jeanne Fromer (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please feel free to pass this along to interested parties at your institution.