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    Lee on Internet Freedom

    Professor Edward Lee discusses his latest book, The Fight for the Future: How People Defeated Hollywood and Saved the Internet--For Now, and his continuing scholarly research on Internet freedom. In October, Prof. Lee furthered the cause for an open Internet by founding a nonprofit organization, The Free Internet Project, whose mission is to track the latest legal and technological efforts to protect Internet freedoms around the world.
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    Atuahene on Land Restitution in South Africa

    Professor Bernadette Atuahene's new book, We Want What's Ours: Learning from South Africa's Land Restitution Program, uses interviews with 150 South Africans to understand how the nation can build on its successes and learn from its failures in addressing past land theft. RSVP to attend the November 14 book launch in Chicago.
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  • Faculty Perspectives: Spotlight on IP

    Faculty Perspectives: Spotlight on IP

    Faculty Perspectives is published regularly to highlight recent scholarship by Chicago-Kent faculty. In the latest issue, we feature exciting new work in intellectual property law by Lori Andrews, Christopher Buccafusco, and Edward Lee, as well as new labor law scholarship by César Rosado Marzán. Visit our recent scholarship page for past issues of Faculty Perspectives and more information on new articles and books.

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Faculty News & Updates

Professor Staudt

Prof. Staudt's A2J Author is finalist for International Innovating Justice Award

A2J Author® software—developed by the Center for Access to Justice and Technology and CALI—has advanced to the final round of the international Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL) 2014 Innovating Justice Awards.

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Prof. Rosado Marzán launches book in Chile

Professor César F. Rosado Marzán (photo right) recently joined colleague Sergio Gamonal C. in Chile to launch their new book on worker protection in U.S. labor and employment law. The launch event featured a discussion with leading academics and professionals.

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Prof. Batlan's Institute for Compliance gains momentum

Professor Felice Batlan, director of the Institute for Compliance in Financial Markets, has launched this year's Career Chat series for students and alumni pursuing work in this burgeoning field.

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Malin EEOC Conference

Prof. Malin partners with EEOC for Civil Rights Act anniversary

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Chicago-Kent's Institute for Law and the Workplace and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission co-sponsored a multimedia program exploring flight attendants' pioneering role in fighting workplace sex discrimination.

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Prof. Schwartz: Inside Teva Pharmaceuticals v. Sandoz

Professor David Schwartz, who studies trends and developments in patent litigation, explains the background and central issues at stake in Teva Pharmaceuticals v. Sandoz, a case about patent claim constrution heard by the Supreme Court on October 15.

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Prof. Schmidt analyzes the Supreme Court at ISCOTUSnow

Visit the ISCOTUSnow blog for Professor Christopher Schmidt's lively commentary on the current Supreme Court Term, as well as his analyses of last Term's cases. Also on the blog, Professor Edward Lee predicts the winners in this Term's cases.

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Judge Holderman and Professor Marder

Prof. Marder organizes conference on Juries & Lay Participation

Professor Nancy Marder, director of the Justice John Paul Stevens Jury Center, organized a symposium on Juries and Lay Participation in October. Participants discussed various jury trends, and Judge James Holderman delivered the keynote address on "Maximizing Jurors' Understanding."

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