Professors Chander, Sun, Sunder, and Lee Present at Stanford Intellectual Property Conference
Professors Anupam Chander, Peter Lee, and Professor Madhavi Sunder and Visiting Professor Haochen Sun presented papers at the 12th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at Stanford Law School on August 9. Professor Chander presented his paper "How Law Made Silicon Valley;" Professor Lee presented "Patents and the University"; and Professor Sunder presented "Learning by Doing." Visiting Professor Sun presented "Reconceptualizing the Idea of Responsibility in Copyright Law."
Professor Anupam Chander is a leading scholar in the law of globalization and digitization, and has written widely on international law and cyber law. He is also Director of the California International Law Center at King Hall. Professor Peter Lee's scholarly work addresses the intersection of science and society, particularly exploring the patent system's impact on scientific and technological progress. Professor Sunder's special interests included intellectual property, law and culture studies, women's rights, and international intellectual property.
Professor Sun is currently a Visiting Professor at UC Davis School of Law. His regular appointment is at the University of Hong Kong, where he is Assistant Professor of Law and Deputy Director of the Law and Technology Center. His current research focuses on the social and ethical theory of intellectual property law and new issues arising from intellectual property protection of luxury goods.
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