Monday, December 04, 2006

Introducing Frank Pasquale

This week is the first week of the symposium in which speakers will present their papers. Frank Pasquale will be the first presenter and he will introduce the main ideas of his paper in a series of posts.

Frank Pasquale joined Seton Hall in 2004 after practicing law as an attorney at Arnold & Porter LLP, where his work included antitrust and intellectual property litigation. He has focuses his scholarship on enriching intellectual property and health law with insights from economics, philosophy, and social science. Among his recent articles are: The Law and Economics of Information Overload Externalities forthcoming Vanderbilt Law Review (2007), Toward an Ecology of Intellectual Property: Lessons from Environmental Economics for Valuing Copyright's Commons, 8 Yale Journal of Law & Technology (2006); Rankings, Reductionism and Responsibility Cleveland State Law Review (Symposium) (2006). Professor Pasquale teaches Administrative Law, Intellectual Property Law, and a seminar entitled Technology, Human Rights, and Equality (focused on the intersection of intellectual property and health care policy ).

Frank's prior experience includes clerking for the Honorable Judge Kermit Lipez of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and serving as a fellow at the Institute for the Defense of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property in Lima, Peru. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies from Harvard University in 1996 (summa cum laude) and received an M.Phil. in Politics from Oxford University in 1998 (as a Marshall Scholar) and received a J.D. from Yale Law School in 2001.


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