Friday, October 3, 2014
Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation Event
The Miracle at Marrakesh and Beyond: Reforming International Copyright Law
CLE: 1.0 Hours
Speaker: Professor Danielle Conway, the Michael J. Marks Distinguished Professor of Business Law at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, William S. Richardson School of Law
Location: Wynne Courtroom and Atrium,Inlow Hall, 530 W. New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Kristin Brocket, firstname.lastname@example.org, 317-278-9160
The Miracle at Marrakesh and Beyond: Reforming International Copyright Law.
Professor Danielle Conway, the Michael J. Marks Distinguished Professor of Business Law at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, William S. Richardson School of Law. She teaches in the areas of Intellectual Property Law; Licensing Intellectual Property; International Intellectual Property Law; Internet Law & Policy, and Government Contract Law. Named Outstanding Professor of the Year in 2003, and awarded the University of Hawaiʻi Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching in 2004, Professor Conway completed a 2006–07 Fulbright Senior Scholar post in Australia. In academic year 2007-08, Professor Conway held the Visiting E.K. Gubin Professor of Government Contract Law Chair at the George Washington University Law School; as well, she was selected as the 2008 Godfrey Visiting Scholar at the University of Maine School of Law. In 2008, Professor Conway was selected to hold a Chair-In-Law position at La Trobe University Faculty of Law & Management in Melbourne, Australia.
Registration is closed, but walk-in's are welcome and Indiana CLE credit is still available.
Parking is available for a nominal fee at the campus Gateway Garage, located on the corner of Michigan and California Streets (Address is 525 Blackford Street).
Parking is also available for a nominal fee at the Natatorium Garage two blocks west of the law school.
Individuals with disabilities who need special assistance should call (317) 274-0042 no later than one week prior to the event. Special arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs.