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Professor Lietzan lectures at World Intellectual Property Organization summer program

On June 12, Professor Erika Lietzan delivered a lecture on intellectual property in the life sciences sector as part of the WIPO-CPIP Summer School. This exclusive two-week summer course provides a deep dive into IP law and policy for students, professionals, and government officials from around the world. Professor Lietzan explained what makes intellectual property law and policy different in…

Professor Trachtenberg Speaks at West Virginia University

Professor Ben Trachtenberg’s speech on April 23, “Lessons Learned from the Mizzou Protests,” was part of the Neil S. Bucklew Lecture Series. He offered lessons to be taken from Mizzou’s experiences and applied observations about higher education policy and administration to the phenomenon of student protests—particularly those related to…

Professor Lietzan Lectures on the Hatch-Waxman Amendments

Professor Erika Lietzan recently gave a lecture on the Hatch-Waxman Amendments as part of the Mason Judicial Education Program, a division of George Mason University’s Law & Economics Center (LEC). Professor Lietzan lectured for an hour on the Hatch-Waxman Amendments, which created a statutory pathway for approval of generic drugs as well as provisions governing the timing of that approval…

Professor Davis Lectures on Missouri Water Law

Professor Pete Davis recently gave a lecture on Missouri Water Law for a four-hour CLE course. His topics included: riparian rights, groundwater rights, drainage law, and recreational use rights. The course was in St. Louis and was sponsored by HalfMoon Education of Altoona, Wisc. Attendees included lawyers and…

From Dred Scott to The Missouri Human Rights Act: Lecture to be Held April 5

The Dred Scott case is one of the most famous U.S. Supreme Court cases.  Little attention is paid, however, to Dred Scott’s trials in the St. Louis Circuit Court and the fact that a jury decided Dred Scott’s case. In a lecture presented on April 5, Professor Chuck Henson will explain the importance of the Dred Scott jury trial right…