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News Posted on April 24, 2014

Professor Lee Speaks at Lewis & Clark, Stanford Law School

Professor Peter Lee was recently the featured speaker at the "IP in The Trees" Workshop Series at Lewis & Clark Law School. Professor Lee presented a work-in-progress called "Social Innovation," which considers non-technological forms of innovation that fall outside of the patent system. Professor Lee's work will be published in the Washington University Law Review later this year.

In addition, Professor Lee was recently an invited participant at the Patent Trolls and Patent Reform Conference at Stanford Law School. There, he commented on recent scholarship focused on the rise of university patenting and patent infringement suits.

Professor Lee's scholarly work addresses the intersection of science and society, particularly exploring the patent system's impact on scientific and technological progress

"IP in the Trees" Workshop

Patent Trolls and Patent Reform