Robin Feldman has made the following recent speaking appearances:
In February, Robin presented her book Rethinking Patent Law (forthcoming Harvard University Press) to Yale Law School faculty members and fellows at the Yale Information Society Project.
In February, Robin was a moderator and discussant for prize-winning papers at a conference on patent remedies at Stanford Law School.
In January, Robin presented her article titled, "Whose Body Is It Anyway? Human Cells and the Strange Effects of Property & Intellectual Property," at a symposium at Stanford Law School. The piece will be published in the Stanford Law Review.
In January, Robin spoke at Stanford Law School’s Program in Law, Science & Technology. That same month, she spoke at Stanford Medical School’s Interdisciplinary Program on Access & Delivery of Essential Medicines on “Patent Principles for Life Science Inventions.”
Also in January, as the Chair of the AALS Section on Antitrust & Economic Regulation, Robin organized and moderated a panel at the annual meeting in San Francisco on the topic of “Drug Wars: The Battle Over Generic Pharmaceuticals.” Selected papers from the panel will be published in the Hastings Science & Technology Law Journal.
In February, Robin spoke at a women’s conference in Palo Alto on balancing work and family life.