Professor Rosenblatt joined the Whittier faculty in 2009. Following law school, she practiced intellectual property litigation with Irell & Manella in Los Angeles, where she specialized in the areas of patent, trademark, copyright, and entertainment law. Following practice, she was a Fellow in Intellectual Property Law at UCLA School of Law and an Adjunct Professor of Trademark Law at USC Gould School of Law. She was selected for inclusion in Los Angeles Magazine’s Southern California “Rising Stars” in 2007 and 2008.
Professor Rosenblatt’s research interests include intellectual property law (including copyright, patent, and trademark), entertainment law, and gender/sexuality law.
- Belonging as Intellectual Creation, 81 Missouri L. Rev. _(forthcoming, 2017).
- The Great Game and the Copyright Villain, 27 Transformative Works & Cultures (forthcoming, 2017) (peer reviewed).
- A Good Practical Knowledge of British Law: Intellectual Property and Copyright Issues (with Jonathan Kirsch), in Sherlock Holmes: Behind The Canonical Screen (BSI Publications, 2016).
- Betsy Rosenblatt and Rebecca Tushnet, Transformative Works: Young Women’s Voices on Fandom and Fair Use, in eGirls, eCitizens, 385 (Jane Bailey & Valerie Steeves, eds., 2015).
- The Adventure of the Shrinking Public Domain, 86 Colo. L. Rev. 561 (2015).
- A “Pretty Little Intellectual [Property] Problem:” Understanding the “Free Sherlock” Ruling, 64:1 The Baker Street Journal 28 (Spring 2014).
- Fear and Loathing: Shame, Shaming and Intellectual Property, 63 DePaul L. R. 1 (2014).
- Intellectual Property’s Negative Space: Beyond the Utilitarian, 40 Florida State Law Rev. 441 (Spring 2013)
- A Theory of IP’s Negative Space, Columbia Journal of Law & The Arts, Vol. 34, No. 3, 2011.
- Rethinking the Parameters of Trademark Use in Entertainment , 61 Florida L.R. 1011 (Dec. 2009).
- Deborah A. Widiss, Elizabeth L. Rosenblatt, and Douglas NeJaime, Exposing Sex Stereotypes in Recent Same-Sex Marriage Jurisprudence, Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Vol. 30:2 (Summer 2007). Reprinted in The Dukeminier Awards: Best Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law Review Articles of 2007 (2008) (nationwide award).
- Book Review of by Debora J. Halbert, Communications and the Law, June 2000.
- New York State’s Role in the Creation and Adoption of the Bill of Rights, 72 New York History; Quarterly Journal Of The New York State Historical Association (October 1991).
Stained Vows: “The Second Stain” and English Matrimonial Law, IRREGULAR STAIN (R. Katz & A. Solberg, Eds.) (2013)