Seminar 6 Resources

An Afternoon with James Boyle

 "Intellectual property laws are the legal sinews of the information age; they affect everything from the availability and price of AIDS drugs, to the patterns of international development, to the communications architecture of the Internet." James Boyle, “A Manifesto on WIPO and the Future of Intellectual Property.” Duke Law and Technology Review 9 (2004) : 1.
 
James Boyle, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law, Duke University

Monday, May 15, 2006, 2 - 4 PM.
304 Manning (SILS)

Recommended Readings

Aoki, Keith, James Boyle, and Jennifer Jenkins. Tales from the Public Domain. Bound by Law . Center for the Study of the Public Domain. The Arts Project. 2006. 26 April 2006 <http://www.law.duke.edu/cspd/comics/>.

Boyle, James. “James Boyle’s Predictions in Technology Law and Policy for 2006.” Duke Law and Technology Review iBlawg. 15 February 2006. 24 April 2006 <http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/dltr/iblawg/?p=16>.

Boyle, James. “A Manifesto on WIPO and the Future of Intellectual Property.” Duke Law and Technology Review 9 (2004): 1-12. Available at James Boyle's Website. <http://www.law.duke.edu/boylesite/ip.htm> 24 April 2006.

Creative Commons. Founded by Cyberlaw, James Boyle, Michael Carroll, Lawrence Lessig, Hal Abelson, Eric Saltzman, Eric Eldred in 2001. 24 April 2006 <http://creativecommons.org/ >.

Science Commons. Launched in 2005 with support of the HighQ Foundation and Creative Commons. 24 April 2006 <http://sciencecommons.org/>.