The Whittier Experience

Faculty Activity

Betsy Rosenblatt

On November 8, 2015, Prof. Rosenblatt presented on "Belonging as Intellectual Creation" at the UCLA Law school Entertainment, Media, and Intellectual Property Colloquium Workshop.

Manoj Mate

Commentator, Fragile Democracies: Contested Power in the Era of Constitutional Courts (by Samuel Issacharoff, NYU Law) at Center for Democracy Development and Reform Workshop, Stanford University, November 5, 2015. Read article

Deirdre M. Kelly

Deirdre Kelly was elected Secretary of the Orange County Bar Association, which means she will become the next President of that organization. Read article

Betsy Rosenblatt

On October 30, 2015, Prof. Rosenblatt presented at the “How Long?: Copyright Duration in the 21st Century” conference at University of Tulsa Law School. Her paper was entitled “Legal Uncertainty and Eternal Life.” Read article

Manoj Mate

Neoliberal Religiosity in Turkey and India (with Seval Yildirim), presented at LatCrit 2015: Twentieth Anniversary Conference: "Critical Constitutionalism", Panel on Comparative Law, October 3, 2015.

Sara J. Berman

Getting Extra Practical Training out of Performance Tests with Spin-Off Exercises, (Published in the The Learning Curve, the official publication of the AALS Section on Academic Support. Summer 2015)

Betsy Rosenblatt

On August 7, 2015, Prof. Rosenblatt presented "Belonging as Intellectual Creation" at the Intellectual Property Scholars' Conference at DePaul University Law School.

Manoj Mate

Manoj Mate, A Challenge to Judicial Independence in India: The National Judicial Appointments Council (NJAC) , JURIST - Academic Commentary, July 23, 2015. Read article

Betsy Rosenblatt

On July 9, 2015, Prof. Rosenblatt presented at San Diego Comic Con on a panel entitled "Fandom is my Fandom," discussing the evolution of intellectual property law and society regarding fanworks such as fanfiction and fanart.

Betsy Rosenblatt

Prof. Rosenblatt was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article regarding Facebook's trademark actions against startup companies. Read article

Seval Yildirim

Presented "Neoliberal Religiosity in Turkey and India" (with Manoj Mate), at panel "Courts and Economic Rights in a Neoliberal Age," 2015 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Seattle, Washington, May 30, 2015.

Manoj Mate

"Neoliberal Religiosity in Turkey and India" (with Seval Yildirim), presented at panel "Courts and Economic Rights in a Neoliberal Age," 2015 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Seattle, Washington, May 30, 2015. Read article

Betsy Rosenblatt

Prof. Rosenblatt, together with co-author Rebecca Tushnet of Georgetown University Law School, published "Transformative Works: Young Women's Voices on Fandom and Fair Use" in eGirls, eCitizens (2015), published by the University of Ottawa Press. Read article

Betsy Rosenblatt

Prof. Rosenblatt presented on "Intellectual Property, Creativity, and a Sense of Belonging" at the annual conference of the Law & Society Association in Seattle, Washington.

Betsy Rosenblatt

Prof. Rosenblatt wrote a guest post on Rebecca Tushnet's 43(b)log entitled "DMCA hearings, LA: Guest post by Betsy Rosenblatt," focusing on the getekeeping impact of the Copyright Office's Digital Millennium Copyright Act Rulemaking Hearings. Read article

David S. Welkowitz

On April 23, 2015, Professor David Welkowitz participated in a webinar sponsored by the American Intellectual Property Law Association entitled, “Debriefing B&B: Takeaways and Tips on Issue Preclusion in Trademark Litigation.” This webinar explored the impact of the B&B decision on practice before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”), strategies to reduce the potential that a TTAB decision will be preclusive in subsequent litigation, and the potential ramifications for Patent Trial and Appeal Board practice.

Betsy Rosenblatt

On April 18, 2015, Prof. Rosenblatt presented "Transformative Works: Young women's voices on fandom and fair use" at University of Washington Law School as part of a two-day conference entitled Fair Use in the Digital Age: The Ongoing Influence of Campbell v. Acuff-Rose's "Transformative Use Test" (aka Campbell at 21). Read article

Robert M. C. Webster

Professor Robert M. C. Webster presented "Is Britain Heading for the E.U. Exit Door AKA 'Brexit'?" to the Orange County Bar Association International Law Section's March meeting, on March 16, 2015, in Newport Beach, CA.

Betsy Rosenblatt

Prof. Rosenblatt presented "Transformative Works: Young Women's Voices on Fandom and Fair Use" at the IP/Gender symposium at American University Washington College of Law. This annual interdisciplinary event brings together scholars from around the world to explore the intersections between intellectual property law and gender studies. Read article

Betsy Rosenblatt

Prof. Rosenblatt presented "2014 Copyright Law Year in Review: New Trends and Predictions for the Future," to the Beverly Hills Bar Association on February 19, 2015

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