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The mission of the Intellectual Property Institute at the University of Richmond School of Law is to maintain a dynamic and respected center for the study of contemporary intellectual property issues, to increase curricular and other learning opportunities available to law students interested in intellectual property law, and to encourage widespread awareness and understanding of the role that intellectual property plays in fostering a creative and innovative culture.

Scholarship

Prof. Gibson, Boilerplate’s False Dichotomy, 106 Geo. L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2018).

Prof. Gibson & Prof. Cotropia, Commentary to the U.S. Copyright Office Regarding the Section 512 Study: Higher Education and the DMCA Safe Harbors, IHELG Monograph 17-04 (2016).

Prof. Cotropia, Physicalism and Patent Theory, 69 Vand. L. Rev. 1543 (2016).

Prof. Cotropia, Should Your Law Review Have an Abstract and Table of Contents?, 85 Miss. L.J. 295 (2016).

Presentations

Prof. Osenga, "Perceptions & Realities - Examining Patent Troll Narratives in the Media," Stanford Patent Litigation Symposium (May 2017).

Prof. Gibson, "Screening Functionality," Roundtable on the Scope of Intellectual Property Rights, University of Notre Dame Law School (March 2017).

Prof. Osenga, "Impression Products v. Lexmark International and the Law of Patent Exhaustion," Federalist Society Teleforum (March 2017).

Contact: ipi@richmond.edu | 804-484-1574 | 28 Westhampton Way, Richmond Va. 23173