Aneeta Mathur-Ashton 

Communications and Media FELLOW, 

Aneeta Mathur-Ashton
Aneeta Mathur-Ashton

Aneeta Mathur-Ashton is PIJIP's Communications and Media Fellow for the 2021-2022 academic work. She works with the team to conduct research, manages the program's social media, and writes articles on what the program is doing. 

She is a current graduate student at American University's School of Communication earning a Master's in international journalism. She graduated with honors from the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism in 2021. 

She is also a fellow at the Investigative Reporting Workshop where she is working to cover the evolving situation in Afghanistan and the Taliban. 

She is also a member of the Washington Post practicum as a student reporter. 

She can be reached at amathurashton@gmail.com 

PIJIP News

Paper by Prof. Flynn and two PIJIP LL.M. Students Quoted in TechDirt Story on Proposed TRIPS Waiver

Paper by Prof. Flynn and two PIJIP LL.M. Students Quoted in TechDirt Story on Proposed TRIPS Waiver

19 Nov, 2021

A recent PIJIP/TLS working paper by PIJIP Director Sean Flynn and LL.M. students Erica Nkrumah and Luca Schirru was the focus of a recent story in TechDirt on the proposed "TRIPS Waiver" at the World Trade Organization (WTO).

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Senators Tillis and Leahy Cite PIJIP Prof. Jonas Anderson in Letter to Supreme Court

Senators Tillis and Leahy Cite PIJIP Prof. Jonas Anderson in Letter to Supreme Court

15 Nov, 2021

Senators Tillis and Leahy recently cited PIJIP Professor Jonas Anderson's article "Federal Judge Seeks Patent Cases" in their letter to SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts. The letter expresses concern that patent litigants are engaging in "forum shopping."

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Prof. Michael Carroll Discusses Copyright Protection in the Digital World at the Seton Hall Law Review Symposium

Prof. Michael Carroll Discusses Copyright Protection in the Digital World at the Seton Hall Law Review Symposium

05 Nov, 2021

PIJIP Professor Michael Carroll participated in a panel discussion on copyright at Seton Hall's symposium on Intellectual Property in the New Global Age.

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