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Kalpana Kotagal L’05 discusses Hollywood’s ‘inclusion rider’ 

July 2, 2018

Co-author of the the contract stipulation talks about the project and  Frances McDormand’s endorsement at the 2018 Academy Awards.

 

Penn Law brings IP law expertise to the world with free online course 

January 28, 2016

The University of Pennsylvania and edX are offering a free online course on intellectual property law and policy taught by IP and patent law expert R. Polk Wagner.

 

David Kessler L’97 discusses e-discovery and how parties in litigation handle data 

November 20, 2014

In this video feature, Lecturer David Kessler L’97 highlights how the nature of civil discovery has changed with computers and e-mail dominating business and personal life.

 

The commercialization of innovation: an education on intellectual property 

November 21, 2012

Cynthia Dahl, Practice Associate Professor of Law and the inaugural director of the Detkin Intellectual Property and Technology Legal Clinic, talks about the interdisciplinary opportunities of the Clinic and what makes this clinic unique.

 

Thirty-five years running, Light Opera Company puts on a show and provides a break from the books 

October 24, 2012

A hallmark of Penn Law’s collegial and collaborative environment, the Light Opera company offers students a break from the books and a creative outlet to show off their many talents.

 

Dorothy Roberts, the 14th Penn Integrates Knowledge professor 

October 5, 2012

Professor Dorothy Roberts explores methods across disciplines to understand the intersection of different systems of inequality.

 

Resource of Interest: C-Span Video Library 

August 22, 2012

Over thirty years ago, C-SPAN began broadcasting the political affairs of Washington to households across the country. Their recordings of Congressional sessions, political debate, and many other programs provide a wealth of information, contemporaneous and historical, about the discourse and actions which shape our everyday lives.