Friday, February 3, 2006

IP Expert Radin from Stanford to Michigan

Margaret Jane Radin (intellectual property, Cyberlaw, feminist legal theory) will retire from Stanford Law School and take up a professorship at the University of Michigan Law School beginning in fall 2007.  She will join Rebecca Eisenberg, a longtime Michigan faculty member, and Jessica Litman, recently appointed from Wayne State, in giving Michigan a quite strong presence in the intellectual property and Cyberlaw areas.  Stanford (with Paul Goldstein, Mark Lemley, and Lawrence Lessig) will still remain a leader in these fields, though not as clearly dominant as they were with Radin on faculty.

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Brian Leiter reports that Margaret Jane Radin is retiring from Stanford and taking a position at Michigan. The sad part of Leiter's post is his description of Radin's areas of expertise (intellectual property, Cyberlaw, feminist legal theory), which ju... [Read More]

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