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Race & Intellectual Property: Events


An annual event, Race + IP was first organized in 2017, dedicated to the intersectional and collaborative study of race, coloniality, and intellectual properties

Shubha Ghosh, Promoting Equal Protection--Congress' Remedial Powers Under the Copyright & Patent Clause
IIBLC (Spring 2021)
Symposium on Unresolved Issues in Music Copyright Law Pepperdine L. Rev. (2021)

Lost and Found: Intellectual Property, Race and Restorative Justice Northeastern Law (2021)

Is Intellectual Property Racist? - Berkman Center at Harvard Law

IDEA Symposium on Race and IP UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law (2020)

Academic Workshop: Race and Selective Legal Memory: Reflections on Invention of a Slave
Co-Hosted with IPLS and BLSA Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University (2020)

Race and Intellectual Property Conference - YouTube  NYU Law (2019)

Race and Intellectual Property Law  Harvard Law (2018)

Spring Symposium: Racial Justice & the Arts Harvard Law (2018)

What If a Patent Is Based on Traditional Knowledge? CIGI (2017)

Request for Information Related to Intellectual Property, Genetic Resources and Associated Traditional Knowledge WIPO (2016)

Race, Markets and Patents Intellectual Property Scholars Conference Podcast DePaul Law (2007)