Issues

Volume 11

Issue 1

  • Articles
    • Emily T. Behzadi, “SPAIN FOR THE SPANIARDS”: AN EXAMINATION OF THE PLUNDER & POLEMIC RESTITUTION OF THE SALAMANCA PAPERS (coming soon)
    • Suhong Yang, CAN HYBRID COURTS OVERCOME LEGITIMACY CHALLENGES?: ANALYZING THE EXTRAORDINARY AFRICAN CHAMBERS IN SENEGAL (coming soon)
  • Notes
    • Chad Crowell, THE FINAL FRONTIER: PREVENTING SPACE FROM BECOMING THE WILD WEST THROUGH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED PROPERTY RIGHTS
    • Melissa Sevier, BUT IN THE END, IT DOESN’T EVEN MATTER: HOW THE NINTH CIRCUIT’S SPLIT FROM FIVE OTHER CIRCUITS AND SUBSEQUENT SUPREME COURT CASE CHANGED NOTHING FOR SECTION 14(e) CLAIMS

Volume 10

Issue 2

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Volume 9

Issue 3

Issue 2

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Volume 8

Issue 3

Issue 2

Issue 1

Symposium Sessions

  • Introduction
    • Maria A. Pallante, Register of Copyrights and Director of the U.S. Copyright Office
    • Sandra Aistars, Clinical Professor at the George Mason University School of Law and Senior Scholar and Director of Copyright Research and Policy at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property
  • Session 1: Overview of Moral Rights
    • June M. Besek, Lecturer in Law at the Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts at Columbia Law School
    • Daniel J. Gervais, Professor at Vanderbilt Law School
    • Mark Schultz, Professor of Law at Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property at the George Mason University School of Law
    • Eric J. Schwartz, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP Karyn Temple Claggett, U.S. Copyright Office
  • Session 2: The U.S. Perspective
    • Allan Adler, Association of American Publishers
    • Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, SAG-AFTRA
    • Mickey Osterreicher, National Press Photographers Association
    • Michael Wolfe, Authors Alliance
    • Peter K. Yu, Professor of Law at Texas A&M University School of Law
    • Aurelia J. Schultz, U.S. Copyright Office
  • Keynote Address (Session 3): The Most Moral of Rights: The Right to be Recognized as the Author Of One’s Work
    • Jane. C. Ginsburg, Professor of Literary and Artistic Property Law, Columbia University School of Law
    • Keynote Address Q&A 
  • Session 4: The Importance of Moral Rights to Authors
    • Melvin Gibbs, Musician/composer
    • David Lowery, Songwriter/recording artist
    • Yoko Miyashita, Getty Images
    • Sean O’Connor, Professor of Law at University of Washington School of Law
    • Scott Turow, Author
    • Kimberley Isbell, U.S. Copyright Office
  • Session 5: The Intersection of Moral Rights and Other Law
    • Sonya G. Bonneau, Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center
    • Paul Alan Levy, Public Citizen Litigation Group
    • Eugene Mopsik, American Photographic Artists
    • Katherine C. Spelman, Lane Powell PC
    • Nancy E. Wolff, Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard LLP
    • Brad A. Greenberg, U.S. Copyright Office
  • Session 6: New Ways to Disseminate Content and the Impact on Moral Rights
    • Chris Castle, Christian L. Castle, Attorneys
    • Alec French, Thorsen French Advocacy, representing Directors Guild of America
    • Scott Martin, Paramount Pictures Corporation
    • Stanley Pierre-Louis, Entertainment Software Association
    • Roxana Robinson, Authors Guild
    • Maria Strong, U.S. Copyright Office
  • Session 7: Where do We Go From Here?
    • Katie Alvarez, U.S. Copyright Office
    • Matthew Barblan, Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property at the George Mason University School of Law

Volume 7

Issue 3 

Issue 2

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Volume 6

Issue 2

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Volume 5

Issue 3

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Volume 4

Issue 3

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Volume 3

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Volume 2

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Volume 1

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