Peter A. Jaszi Distinguished Lecture on Intellectual Property Lecture Series

PIJIP’s Distinguished Lecture on Intellectual Property Law is named in recognition of the continuing contributions of Professor Peter A. Jaszi to the study of intellectual property at WCL, in the world at large, and in particular for his lasting contributions to the elevation of the public interest in intellectual property discourse.

Previous Distinguished Lectures

Professor Peter Decherney - Decriminalizing Education, Again - 2022

Professor Sonia Katyal – The Commercial Counterpublic - 2021

Suzan Shown Harjo - From Sacred Places to Playing Fields — The Long Struggle for Dignity and Respect - 2020

Professor Ruth Okediji – The Unfinished Business  of Copyright Limitations and Exceptions - 2019

Professor Margaret Chon - IP Romances - 2018

Professor Rebecca Tushnet – Advertising Law and The Metastasizing First Amendment - 2017

Professor Peter Jaszi - Cultural Practice and Copyright Justice: Confessions of a Semi-reconstructed Auteurist - 2016

Judge Pierre N. Leval – Reflections on Fair Use in the Digital Age - 2015

Professor William Fisher- CopyrightX: Lessons from Networked Legal Education - 2014

Professor Bernt N. Hugenholz - Flexing Authors’ Rights - 2013

Kal Raustiala and Christopher Sprigman - The Knockoff Economy: How Imitation Sparks Innovation - 2012